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DART will rendezvous with the Multiple Paths, Beyond-Line-of-Site Communications or MUBLCOM satellite, launch in May 1999 and built for NASA by Orbital Sciences Corp.


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The DART spacecraft
DART Solos
Since Gemini, rendezvous technology has been key to success.
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The final stage of a Pegasus rocket carries its cargo through space.
Winged Wonder
DART will rocket into space on the wings of invention.
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DART technology webcast
NASA "Darts" Into Space
NASA's little spacecraft is a giant of technology.
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DART spacecraft in processing
DART at Vandenberg Air Force Base
See images and videos of the DART spacecraft as it is prepared for launch.
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Vandenberg AFB launch facility
Why Vandenberg?
Vandenberg Air Force Base is home to NASA's west coast launch facility.
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DART spacecraft being prepared for launch
DART Goes it Alone
Autonomous spacecraft tested for future unpiloted missions.
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