NASA spacecraft dodges collision with Martian moon
NASA’s Mars-orbiting spacecraft shifted course this week to avoid a future collision with Mars’ dark moon Phobos.The MAVEN spacecraft — short for Mars Atmosphere and Volatile EvolutioN — has been orbiting Mars for more than two years, monitoring the Red Planet’s atmosphere. On Feb. 28, it performed a rocket motor burn to speed up just a little bit and...
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