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Click to edit Master subtitle style 2/13/10 By: Billy, Marshall, and Katie Comets & Asteroids
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2/13/10 This spacecraft was launched in March of 2004 with the mission to arrive at 67P where it will enter the comet’s orbit and together they will journey toward the sun. Along its 10 year journey to the comet it will pass by two asteroids Steins (in 2008) and Lutetia (in 2110).
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2/13/10 Comet 67P Discovered in 1969 (by Klim Churyumov & Svetlana Gerasimenko) this comet is unique because close encounters with Jupiter’s orbit pulled it in. 67P was once 4 A.U.’s from us and now it’s only 1.29 A.U.’s away and it orbits the sun approximately once every
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Unformatted text preview: 6 years. 2/13/10 Deep Impact This spacecraft was launched in January of 2005 and contains two parts one is a large flyby craft and the other was a smaller impactor craft. The impactor craft collided with a comet named Temple 1 back in 2005. This impact left scientists surprised because the huge cloud of debris revealed the 2/13/10 Below are images taken by the Hubble telescope during and after the impact of Temple 1. This is a diagram of where the impactor Craft landed on Temple 1. To the right is an artists Rendition of what Deep Impact and Hartley 2 Looked like when...
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