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Upcoming Space Events

DART collision

September 26, 2022
NASA's DART intentionally collides with asteroid Dimorphos

Artemis I launch

September 27, 2022
First flight of the SLS rocket, carrying an uncrewed capsule to the Moon and back. Launch between 27

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SpaceX/Nasa's Crew 5 mission launches to the ISS

Europa flyby

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Nasa's Juno makes a close (200 km) flyby of Jupiter's moon Europa

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