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JAXA's Hayabusa2 probe had a perfect landing on the asteroid Ryugu

The hawk has landed. The Hayabusa2 probe from JAXA (Hayabusa is Japanese in "Hawk") not only landed on the asteroid Ryugu to collect samples on Thursday, but also perfect. Hayabusa2 lands on the asteroid for the second time on Thursday Ryugu landed on Space Rock in February. Then it shot a bullet into the object to raise dust, which it …

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landing! Incredible photos show the 2nd asteroid landing of Japan's Hayabusa2

The Japanese spacecraft Hayabusa2 completed a carefully choreographed second touchdown on an asteroid called Ryugu last night (July 10) – and the photos are incredible. The images shot back to Earth show the perspective of two different cameras aboard the spacecraft: the main navigation camera and a publicly-funded camera that passed the sampling mechanism. The second shows the nearby rock …

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Here is the video of Hayabusa2 Bombing Asteroid Ryugu

Ryugu, the Japanese Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) Hayabusa2 recently made a "bomb" asteroid surface as part of its Near-Earth Asteroid (NEA) Exploration 162173 mission. Called a Small Carry-on Impactor (SCI), this explosive package has been specifically designed to create a crater in the surface that clears the interior for analysis. The deployment of the SCI took place on April 5, …

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New photos show the surprisingly large crater that was blasted by the Japanese Hayabusa2 probe in Asteroid Ryugu

Left: The surface before the explosion. Right: The crater left by the explosion. Image: JAXA Earlier this month, the spacecraft Hayabusa2 used an explosive device to create an artificial crater on the Ryugu asteroid, but the probe could not hold on to confirm this job for fear of being damaged by debris become. The Japanese Space Agency has now confirmed …

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JAXA releases material from his Hayabusa2 spacecraft while BOMBING the asteroid Ryugu

Incredible material released by the Japanese Space Agency shows a small explosive movement towards the distant asteroid Ryugu. The Japanese Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) launched the bomb from its Hayabusa2 spaceship on April 4, creating a crater the size of a double-decker bus. They have only now made public footage of the bomb dropped from the bomb spacecraft. JAXA has …

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Now you can watch Japan's Hayabusa2 shoot a bomb on an asteroid

On April 4, the space probe Hayabusa2 threw a bomb against a space rock then ducked to wait for the debris to settle. But before that happened, the impactor on the asteroid watched. Called Ryugu. Launched by the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA), the spacecraft has been investigating the asteroid for nearly a year since June 2018. As part of …

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Hayabusa2 fires an anti-tank warhead in Asteroid Ryugu

Last week, the Japanese Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) threw an explosive warhead onto the surface of 162173 Ryugu Asteroid. You might think that this was the opening line of a fully read science fiction novel, but that's absolutely true. The operation began on April 4, when the Hayabusa2 spacecraft sent its Small Carry-on Impactor (SCI) to the surface of Ryugu …

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The Japanese spaceship Hayabusa2 successfully "bombards" an asteroid

This computer graphics provided by the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) shows Ryugu and the asteroid researcher Hayabusa2. (JAXA via AP) The Japanese space probe Hayabusa2 has successfully "bombarded" the asteroid Ryugu in the name of scientific research. The Japanese Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) said a small blasting box shot down a bullet the size of a baseball striking the …

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