ARM boulder return
Lucy and Psyche
AIM watches impact
Arkyd Ceres system
Once the boulder is secured, the Capture and Restraint System legs will provide a mechanical push off that will separate the boulder from the surface and provide an initial ascent without the use of thrusters to limit the amount of debris created.
Credit: NASA
A Deep Space Industries concept for a spacecraft that could retrieve space resources from the surface of an asteroid. Credit: Bryan Versteeg / DSI
Psyche. Credit: SSL artist's concept.
A 20-meter asteroid on its way to Earth dramatically disintegrated above Chelyabinsk, Russia on Feb. 15, 2013. Credit: M. Ahmetvaleev
Members of the NASA Advisory Council and NASA Administrator Charles Bolden (fourth from the left) visit Langley Research Center in July 2014. Credit: NASA/David C. Bowman
A3R and Centennial-1 (the shorter cubesat) deploy from the NanoRacks dispenser aboard ISS. Credit: NASA
Asteroid Redirect Vehicle Travels to Lunar Orbit
Sentinel Telescope

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