NASA Smashed a Spacecraft Into an Asteroid. Now What? | Tech News Briefing Podcast | WSJ

A NASA mission that purposely crashed a satellite into an asteroid this week was the first test of planetary defense technology. Now scientists are working to figure out how successful it really was.

WSJ science reporter Aylin Woodward joins host Zoe Thomas to discuss the mission and what comes next.

Photo: NASA / Johns Hopkins / Zuma Press

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