Deep Space 1 Processing - KSC Video Feeds







Views of Deep Space 1 spacecraft at Launch Complex 17.
Launched 10/24/98 at 8:08:00.506 on a Boeing Delta 7326 rocket, the first flight in NASA's New Millennium Program is designed to validate 12 new technologies for scientific space missions of the next century. Onboard experiments include an ion propulsion engine and software that tracks celestial bodies so the spacecraft can make its own navigation decisions without the intervention of ground controllers. Deep Space 1 will complete most of its mission objectives within the first two months, but will also do a flyby of a near-Earth asteroid, 1992 KD, in July 1999.

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  • Last Revised:Saturday October 24, 1998 8:43:00 EDT (J. Dumoulin)
    A service of NASA/Kennedy Space Center Payload Processing Directorate, Bobby Bruckner, Director (Bobby.Bruckner-1@ksc.nasa.gov)