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Deep Impact Launch Image 1:
The Deep Impact spacecraft launches from Cape Canaveral, Florida. (2004)

Image Credit: NASA/KSC
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Comet Tempel 1 Image 2:
This image shows comet Tempel 1 approximately 5 minutes before Deep Impact's probe smashed into its surface. Shadows and bright areas indicate surface topography. Smooth regions with no features (lower left and upper right) are probably younger than rougher areas with circular features, which are most likely impact craters. (2005)

Image Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/UMD
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