Canada's NEOSSat satellite is shown in orbit on its asteroid-tracking mission.
A small Canadian satellite launching from India on Monday (Feb. 25) will be the first spacecraft specifically designed to search for large asteroids and monitor space junk in the solar system.
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#1 Feb 24, 2013
Good job, Canada. Hope you share your data with the world.
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