India’s Mars Orbiter Gets Ready For Comet Flyby

NEW DELHI —India has changed the track of its Mars Orbiter Mission (MOM) to avoid any possible collision with debris from a fast-approaching comet that will whiz past the red planet on Oct. 19, a senior space scientist says. “The spacecraft has been taken to a position farthest from the tail of the...

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