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On This Day in Space! Feb. 10, 1958: Radar Bounced Off Venus by MIT


On Feb. 10, 1958, scientists at MIT's Lincoln Laboratory bounced radar waves off of Venus. See how it happened here in our On This Day in Space video series. (Space.com) More More

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