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The UA nabs an $800 million project to build an asteroid hunter

The UA Lunar and Planetary Lab is headed back into space. NASA announced last week that it had given the green light to OSIRIS-REx, an $800 million project that will send a robotic spacecraft to orbit near-Earth asteroid 1999 RQ36. Over about…

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