What time will NASA’s DART spacecraft hit an asteroid on September 26?

What time will NASA’s DART spacecraft hit an asteroid on September 26?

A NASA spacecraft will soon make history when it crashes into an asteroid in the world’s first planetary defense test.

The Double Asteroid Redirection Test, or DART asteroid mission, will slam a spacecraft into the tiny moon of asteroid Gemini in Monday, September 26with impact set to 7:14 p.m. EDT (2314 GMT). If all goes well, the spacecraft will hit the moon, called Dimorphos, and take images right up to the moment of impact. You will be able to see these images live in real time. Read on for a handy guide to when it all happens.

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