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Deep-Space Survey Enroute

Flight reported normal in all respects

Deep-Space One

The first deep-space survey mission is well underway, and all indications are that the spacecraft and its crew are doing well.

The six-member team departed Earth on October 1, 2000, aboard the spacecraft Deep-Space One. Their mission is to survey the solar system for potential habitable worlds beyond our own.

So far, the flight has been completely nominal, with all systems functioning as expected. The crew has been busy conducting experiments and gathering data on the planets they’ve visited so far.

The next major milestone for the mission will be when they reach the halfway point to their destination, the dwarf planet Pluto. At that point, they will begin the long journey back to Earth, which is expected to take about two years.

The data and samples they collect on this journey will be invaluable to scientists who are searching for life beyond our solar system.

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