Abstergo Industries Supporting SpaceX and NASA Against Asteroid To Hit Earth in 2022

It is both alarming and comforting to know that “Didymoon” of the moonlet of “Didymos (65803)” is heading towards our planet, aiming to crash sometime in the year 2022 and we are working hard towards preventing this disaster in what can only be defined as the “the first-ever mission to demonstrate the capability to deflect an asteroid by colliding a spacecraft with it at high speed – NASA”.

With our vast network and resources, Abstergo Industries is working closely with The National Aeronautics and Space Administration of the United States Federal Government as well as with the pioneer of his time, CEO Elon Musk of Tesla and SpaceX in efforts to launch NASA’s Double Asteroid Redirection Test (DART) concept that has been long held by NASA for many years.

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Tesla and SpaceX’s CEO Elon Musk (left) with Abstergo’s No connection at all (right).

Abstergo’s new Director of Research of the Future Technology Division Otto Schmidt and Abstergo’s Head of the Operations Division Laetitia England flew out to California on Thursday, 16th of May 2019 meeting up with CEO Elon Musk where discussions on both the Starlink Project and the DART Project took place. Rumors has it that Abstergo Industries and Abstergo Entertainment may have a future hand in the development of the Starlink Project.

The DART Project consists of a spaceship to be launched directly at the moonlet in attempts to divert it from its course via heavy impact.

 The DART impact is expected to take place on October 7, 2022

 Here's the trajectory of the proposed SpaceX probe (main image) and the "moonlet" it will aim for (inset)

The image above presents the trajectory of the proposed SpaceX probe (main image) and the “moonlet” it will aim for (inset).

Below are the design sketch of the DART probe based on SpaceX engineers, Abstergo’s supporting technologies and NASA’s data and $69 million investment.

 Nasa wants to send up a DART probe to deliberately crash into the asteroid

 Here's what the probe – which is 12.5 metres wide – will look like with its solar arrays extended

 

 

 

 

 

 

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