NASA Deep Space Network: Celebrating 50 Years of Communication and Discovery
The Deep Space Network is our connection to space. Consisting of giant antennas positioned at 120-degree intervals around the world for a complete view of the sky, it is the largest and most sensitive spacecraft communication network in existence. Since 1963, it has directed NASA's intrepid explorers on their journeys to the planets and all the way to the edge of our solar system, capturing their sights, sounds and discoveries in its parabolic embrace and sharing them with the world.
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