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  Artists concept of Stardust-NExT spacecraft
SOUNDS OF COMET TEMPEL 1 ENCOUNTER
During its Feb. 14, 2011, flyby of comet Tempel 1, an instrument on the protective shield aboard NASA's Stardust spacecraft was pelted by dust particles and small rocks, as can be heard in the audio track of this video.
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Credit: NASA/JPL
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  Comet Tempel 1
FIRST IMPRESSION OF COMET TEMPEL 1 FLYBY
Was the Stardust-NExT mission 100% successful in terms of the science? SD-NExT Principal Investigator, Joe Veverka, says "....no, it was 1000% successful! Find out why.
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Credit: NASA/JPL

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  News conference panel discussing first impressions of Comet Tempel 1 flyby
NASA BRIEFS MEDIA ON COMET FLYBY, FEB. 15, 2011
Stardust-NExT panelists, Ed Weiler, Tim Larson, Joe Veverka, Don Brownlee and Pete Schultz convene on Feb. 15 to discuss the dazzling science results achieved by Stardust-NExT's Feb. 14 flyby of comet Tempel 1.
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Credit: NASA/JPL
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  Stardust-NExT spacecraft
NASA SPACECRAFT COMPLETES COMET FLYBY
NASA's Stardust-NExT mission completed its Valentine's Day "date with a comet" with its flyby of comet Tempel 1 on Feb. 14, 2011. Scientists hope to see any changes on the comet's surface since it was visited by NASA's Deep Impact spacecraft in July 2005.
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Credit: NASA TV

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  Stardust-NExT spacecraft
STARDUST-NExT DATE WITH A COMET
Did you know that Stardust has traveled over 3.5 billion miles since 1999? Learn more about NASA's Stardust NExT mission, its goals and its Valentine's Day 2011 rendezvous with comet Tempel 1.
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Credit: NASA/JPL

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  Comet Tempel 1
NASA STARDUST-NExT ENCOUNTERS COMET TEMPEL 1
This animated sequence of images that the Stardust spacecraft captured on it's fly by of Comet Tempel 1 starts from a distance of 2,460 miles (3,958 km) to it's closest approach of 112 miles (180 km).
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Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/Cornell
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