HOUSTON—With a small but significant maneuver earlier this week, NASA’s Maven Mars orbiter avoided a potential collision with Phobos, the larger of the Red Planet’s two moons. The two objects were projected to cross the same space within a mere 7 sec. of one another on March 6 if no action was taken...
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