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The Deep Impact Impactor spacecraft, an hour after separation

The Deep Impact Impactor spacecraft, an hour after separation

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The Deep Impact Impactor spacecraft, an hour after separation
The bright spot in this photo is the Deep Impact impactor, as seen by the Medium Resolution Imager on the flyby spacecraft. It was taken at 06:58 UTC, spacecraft event time, which is just short of an hour after the two spacecraft separated.

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Original image data dated on or about July 3, 2005

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