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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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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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Asteroid Ryugu is porous, shaped like a spinning top, made of debris

Hayabusa 2 image of the asteroid Ryugu from a distance of 6 km. JAXA / University of Tokyo / Kochi University / Rikkyo University / Nagoya University / Chiba Institute of Technology / Meiji University / University of Aizu / AIST. Japanese space agency JAXA is exploring a distant asteroid named Ryugu with its Hayabusa 2 probe. Having arrived at …

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The Hayabusa2 mission to Asteroid Ryugu has just dropped its first scientific results

Close-up of Ryugu's surface with arrows pointing to a rugged, layered boulder. Photo: Seiji Sugita et al. (Science (2019)) The Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency's Hayabusa2 mission has published its first scientific findings on the asteroid Ryugu – and has shown a series of surprises about the small, spinning stone. Hayabusa2 is one of two missions currently visiting samples of asteroids …

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Hayabusa2, Japan sample lands on Ryugu asteroid, Japanese aerospace exploration agency JAXA publishes Pics, video

Hayabusa2: "These wonderful pictures were possible because of your donations," a JAXA official said. The Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) has posted photos and videos featuring the Hayabusa2 spacecraft on the asteroid Ryugu. 19659003] The images released on Tuesday show sand and rocks flying up after the probe fired a bullet into the asteroid to collect samples. The probe is …

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Service Marks on the Asteroid Ryugu | space

<! – -> The Japanese spaceship Hayabusa2 captured this image last week during its ascent after landing on the asteroid Ryugu. You can see the shadow of Hayabusa2 and an area of ​​the surface of the asteroid that is apparently discolored by the touchdown. Picture about JAXA ( @ haya2e_jaxa on Twitter ). The Japanese Aerospace Authority (JAXA) published this …

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