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ESA’s planetary defence test set for 2020

Submit on Thursday, April 2nd, 2015 22:56

Last month marked the start of preliminary design work on ESA’s Asteroid Impact Mission, or AIM. Intended to demonstrate technologies for future deep-space missions, AIM will also be the Agency’s very first investigation of planetary defence techniques.

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