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Stardust Status Report

November 30, 2001

There were two Deep Space Network tracking passes in the past week, and all subsystems are operating normally. Stardust is currently 2.53 AU (over 235 million miles) from the Sun.

The November/December 2001 issue of MERCURY magazine featured the Stardust project in an article called "Collecting Cosmic Dust." The project reviewed a draft video of a space exploration program, featuring Stardust project members, to be aired on The Learning Channel in May 2002.

For more information on the Stardust mission - the first ever comet sample return mission - please visit the Stardust home page:

Last Updated: November 26, 2003
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