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How to Watch NASA's DART Spacecraft Crash Into an Asteroid

Two asteroids, Dimorphos and Didymos, are nearly 7 million miles away from us and pose no immediate threat to the planet. But on Sept. 26, a $300 million U.S. spacecraft will collide with one of them, deliberately. It's part of a mission to see if it's possible to redirect potential hazards from Earth and shore up our planetary defense system. Read how you can watch this historic moment, plus what else NASA hopes to learn about our solar system.

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