Comet Flyby Produces Reams Of Data—From Mars

Credit: NASA JPL/Caltech/University of Arizona
Scientists worldwide are pleased with the images and data generated by a constellation of at least 15 spacecraft—five of them in Mars orbit—when they turned away from their normal targets Oct. 19 to study an extremely rare visitor from the outer edge of the Solar System. The Comet designated C/2013...

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