44,353km/h. That was the whizzing speed of NASA's spacecraft Deep Impact as it approached comet Hartley on its EPOXI mission. Here's a time lapse video of its complete trajectory, just released by the Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California.
Flying By Comet Hartley 2 At 44,353KPH
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