NASA will transmit the crash of its ship against an asteroid, where to see it?

This Monday, September 26, the POT will carry out the first trial of planetary defense against asteroids, by intentionally crashing one of their ships against one of these bodies, which is undoubtedly a historical fact. This space agency announced that this event will be broadcast live.

In recent days, NASA announced that this mission is part of the Double Asteroid Redirection Test (DART, for its acronym in English), a pioneering system that is directed towards the lunar asteroid Dimorphos, 800 meters in diameter, to try to change its orbit around the asteroid Didymos, that is, the mother body on which it rotates.

As reported in American Post NewsNASA has had busy weeks with the new discoveries made on the Mars mission, which is getting closer to confirming that there was life on that planet, as well as the Artemis 1 lunar mission, which has not been able to take place .

Where to see the NASA mission?

The mission will take place on Monday The photos were taken by the James Webb telescope

NASA specified that the first planetary defense mission can be seen through its official website, as well as its social networks next Monday at 10:00 p.m. UTC, that is, 5:00 p.m. in central Mexico, for which they recommended that the population be vigilant.

In the broadcast, it will be possible to see live the images captured by the DART probe’s optical reconnaissance and navigation camera, which is the only scientific instrument with which the spacecraft was equipped.

It should be noted that this mission is part of a trial, that is, said asteroid is not headed for Earth, so the planet is not at risk. This plan could be adjusted to improve around possible asteroid threats that they do go to Earth in the future.

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NASA reveals photos of Neptune

The photos were taken by the James Webb Telescope

A few days ago, NASA shared recent photographs of the planet Neptune on its social networks, where you can clearly see the rings that surround this star, as well as seven of its moons, including Triton, the most striking satellite that this planet possesses. planet.

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