Try this google search trick dedicated to NASA DART
After NASA’s Armageddon-style DART mission was successful, the search engine company pulled a hilarious prank on Internet users looking for information about the project.
Just try searching for “NASA DART” and see what comes up.
If you write “NASA DART” into the search box, a little version of the spacecraft will materialize, smash your screen, and launch it to the right, where it will remain while you continue your search.
To prevent a global catastrophe on Earth caused by a meteorite, humans have launched a space defense program.
DART was an initiative designed to avert asteroid impacts that could have catastrophic effects on Earth.
The Double Asteroid Redirect Test (DART) involved a spacecraft roughly the size of a school bus that was meant to contact one of two asteroids very far from Earth in order to alter its direction rather than destroy it.
Over $330 million was spent on the space program’s mission.
Dimorphos, the smaller of the two asteroids, was struck by the DART spacecraft at 19:14 UTC, with the spacecraft traveling at a speed of 3.9 miles per second. However, in space numbers, when NASA says that something is small, normally tends to be bigger than expected, as is the case with this particular asteroid, which was located nearly 7 million miles from Earth and has a diameter of about 175 yards.