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Aviation Week & Space Technology, 25 April 2005, p 20

In US, the Orbital Sciences spacecraft DART (Demonstration of Autonomous Rendezvous Technology) ran out of gaseous nitrogen propellant about halfway into its 24-hour mission, and is under investigation by NASA. No leaks were detected, and it has been suggested that navigation errors caused the excess propellant consumption.

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