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Originally posted by The Real Deal
I read that the unmanned spacecraft also was to snap 72 black-and-white close-ups of the comet's nucleus, thought to be just 3.3 miles across.It will be interesting to see the results if it gets back in one piece.
Those photos will be beamed back here, so we won't have We'll just have to wait a couple of years for the comet bits and pieces to arrive.
Originally posted by SE7EN
how much of a chance is there that it might get burned up in the earths atmosphere ?