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[PS] OSIRIS-REx and New Horizons catch first sight of their targets



 
 
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Default [PS] OSIRIS-REx and New Horizons catch first sight of their targets


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OSIRIS-REx and New Horizons catch first sight of their targets

Posted: 29 Aug 2018 08:54 AM PDT
http://www.planetary.org/blogs/emily...rst-light.html

Both OSIRIS-REx and New Horizons achieved first light on their
still-distant targets this week. Between now and the end of 2018, Bennu and
2014 MU69 will turn from points of light into places.

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