• Deep Space 1

    nmp.jpl.nasa.gov/ds1 Deep Space 1 launched from Cape Canaveral on October 24, 1998. During a highly successful primary mission, it tested 12 advanced, high-risk technologies in space.
  • Deep Space 1 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Deep_Space_1 Deep Space 1 (DS1) is a spacecraft of the NASA New Millennium Program dedicated to testing a payload of advanced technologies. Launched on 24 October 1998, the Deep ...
  • Deep Space 1 - NASA - NSSDC - Spacecraft - Details

    nssdc.gsfc.nasa.gov/nmc/spacecraftDisplay.do Description. The Deep Space 1 (DS1) is the first of a series of technology demonstration probes being developed by NASA's New Millennium Program.
    • The Continuing Adventures of Deep Space 1 - NASA Science

      science.nasa.gov/science-news/science-at-nasa/2001/ast19sep_1 The Continuing Adventures of Deep Space 1 NASA's Deep Space 1 probe is about to begin its greatest adventure yet -- a daring plunge into a comet.
    • Deep Space - YouTube

      www.youtube.com/user/IAmDeepSpace News from Deep Space [#1] Baltimore Riots, American Sniper, Bruce Jenner, ... 'Deep Space' Hanging Out In Nature Play all. The 'Natural' videos. 0:47. Play next;
    • Missions - Deep Space 1 - NASA Science

      science.nasa.gov/missions/deep-space-1 The primary mission of Deep Space 1 was to test its payload of twelve advanced, high risk technologies. The most heralded of these was the first use of ion propulsion.
    • Missions | Deep Space 1

      www.jpl.nasa.gov/missions/deep-space-1-ds1 Originally designed to test a dozen new technologies including the use of an ion engine for spacecraft propulsion, Deep Space 1 far outstripped its primary mission ...
    • Deep Space 1 | Missions - NASA Solar System Exploration

      solarsystem.nasa.gov/missions/profile.cfm Deep Space 1 was an engineering test flight for a dozen new technologies.
    • 2001 News Releases - Deep Space 1 Comet Flyby

      www.jpl.nasa.gov/releases/2001/release_2001_189.html Deep Space 1's risky encounter with comet Borrelly has gone extremely well as the aging spacecraft successfully passed within 2,200 kilometers (about 1,400 miles) of ...
    • Deep Space 1: General Interest - NASA

      nmp.jpl.nasa.gov/ds1/gen/index.html Entering the New Millennium with Cutting-Edge Technology. Testing Technologies. A Close-up of an Asteroid. Tailing a Comet. Mission. Spacecraft