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New Worlds in 2015: Missions to Ceres and Pluto — 1 Comment

  1. I have a lecture about the Dawn mission and Vesta that I’ve given to the Warren Astronomical Society and at a couple conventions. The mission gets a mention in a couple other lectures of mine too.

    The first spacecraft to orbit TWO solar system bodies, and Dawn sets the record for the spacecraft that has propulsively changed its velocity more than any other.

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