Dramatic ground-based images of DART's asteroid impact

Published: 27/09/2022 08:51

Monday's NASA's DART spacecraft hit asteroid Dimorphos--a dramatic bullseye 11 million kilometers from Earth.

Surprising even NASA, ground-based telescopes had no trouble seeing the impact. Professional and amateur astronomers photographed a bright cloud of debris emerging from the battered asteroid. See the photos @ Spaceweather.com

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Source: Southgate Amateur Radio News