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NASA is looking for a rock. Itís got to be out there somewhere ó a small asteroid circling the sun and passing close to Earth. It canít be too big or too small. Something 20 to 30 feet in diameter would work. It canít be spinning too rapidly, or tumbling knees over elbows. It canít be a speed demon. And it shouldnít be a heap of loose material, like a rubble pile.
The rock, if it can be found, would be the target for what NASA calls the Asteroid Redirect Mission. Almost out of nowhere it has emerged as a central element of NASAís human spaceflight strategy for the next decade.
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