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Today’s Deep Space Extra

18 Dec 2018, 15:53 UTC
Today’s Deep Space Extra
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In Today’s Deep Space Extra… NASA looks back at its 2018 achievements, from activities aboard the International Space Station (ISS) to the landing of the latest spacecraft on the Martian surface and what they mean for the future. Saturn’s rings appear to be slowly disappearing. Tuesday’s agenda includes four spacecraft launches, three of them in the U.S.
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