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DART Brand Graphic

Credit: NASA/Johns Hopkins APL

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DART Brand Graphic

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DART Vertical Poster

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DART Unboxed 3

After removing paneling, the team surveyed the DART primary structure before preparing it for testing.

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DART Unboxed 2

DART's primary structure arrived from Alliance Space Systems in California. The APL mechanical engineering team prepared to carefully unbox what is essentially the body of the spacecraft, an aluminum honeycomb structure measuring about 6.5 feet on each side.

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DART Unboxed 1

DART's mechanical engineering team (from left): Amber Dubill, John Schellhase, Kurt Gantz, Neal Bachtell, Shelly Conkey, Katherine Scherck, Chip Delmar, Betsy Congdon, Doug Ramsay, Lisa Wu, and Juan Morales

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NEXT–C Ion Engine Firing

NEXT–C ion engine firing during testing at Aerospace Corporation in September 2017.

Credit: NASA Glenn Research Center/Aerojet Rocketdyne/NEXT–C

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NEXT–C Ion Engine

NEXT–C ion engine during ground testing at NASA Glenn Research Center.

Credit: NASA Glenn Research Center/Aerojet Rocketdyne/NEXT–C

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DART Collision 2

Illustration of DART on course to impact Didymos B, viewed from the side of Didymos B

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DART Collision 1

Illustration of DART on course to impact Didymos B, viewed from behind the DART spacecraft

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Infographic of DART and Didymos Sizes

Infographic showing the sizes of the two asteroids in the Didymos system relative to some objects on Earth

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DART Illustration

Illustration of DART, from behind the NEXT–C ion engine

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DART Mission Concept (no logos)

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DART Mission Concept

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Planetary Defense

DART is one part of NASA's larger planetary defense efforts.

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DART Impact Infographic

Infographic showing the effect of DART's impact on the orbit of Didymos B

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Overview of the DART Mission (Engineering)

Produced December 2018

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Overview of the DART Mission (Mission Overview)

Produced December 2018

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Overview of the DART Mission (Full Video)

Produced December 2018

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DART Animation 2

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DART Animation 1

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