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An unmanned spacecraft named DART has traveled millions of miles through space to intercept and intentionally slam into an asteroid. The goal is to test this method as a way to prevent a future potential cataclysmic collision with Earth. NBC’s Tom Costello reports for TODAY.

NASA will slam a spacecraft into an asteroid in a test that could save us all one day