University of Arizona scientists assist NASA in historic 4.7 second landing on asteroid

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200 million miles away. NASA's Oh Cyrus Wreck spacecraft officially touched down on the large asteroid of Bennu to collect samples before taking back off and heading home. The effort was led by the university and marks a major milestone of what could become the catalyst for space exploration and humanities, further understanding of the solar system. The ship was guided by pre program commands that were transmitted by a series of antennas known as the Deep Space Network. Oh, Cyrus Rex is expected to return to Earth in 2023 John client Kunst. News crews are making progress against the horse fire the blaze. South Prescott is

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