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NASA TO LAUNCH DEEP IMPACT MISSION
 
NASA TO LAUNCH DEEP IMPACT MISSION
Michael A'Hearn, principal investigator of the Deep Impact comet mission speaks with members of the press on June 9, 2005 at the National Aeronautics and Space Administration in Washington. The mission is supposed to happen on July 4th, and should give scientists insight into what meteors are made of. Andrew Dantzler, director, Solar System Division, NASA; Rick Grammier, project manager, Deep Impact and Don Yeomans, co-investigator, Deep Impact look on...(UPI Photo/Micheal Kleinfeld)..
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