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Today’s Deep Space Extra

3 Jan 2019, 15:40 UTC
Today’s Deep Space Extra
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In Today’s Deep Space Extra… China places a lander on the Moon’s far side, a first. NASA’s New Horizons spacecraft offers new details on Ultima Thule, the most distant celestial object every visited by a human spacecraft. Congress and the White House will attempt again to resolve a 2019 budget impasse affecting a range of civilian agencies, including NASA and NOAA.
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