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  • NASA launches DART mission to crash into asteroid: TODAY’s headlines

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Splash down drill takes NASA back to the future

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Was it 1973 or 2013 yesterday in Norfolk, Va., when NASA and the US Navy practiced recovery of the new Orion Command Module? Not since the Apollo missions of the 1970s, prior to the shuttle program, has NASA recovered space crafts from the ocean. WAVY’s Art Kohn reports.