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Japanese spacecraft grabs second asteroid sample near blasted crater

A Japanese spacecraft has snagged a sample of dust from an asteroid zooming through space more than 151 million miles from Earth. It’s the second sample that this vehicle has grabbed from the asteroid, and it’s also the last one the probe will collect before …Read more





Japanese spacecraft grabs second asteroid sample near blasted crater

A Japanese spacecraft has snagged a sample of dust from an asteroid zooming through space more than 151 million miles from Earth Its the second sample that this vehicle has grabbed from the asteroid and its also the last one the probe will collect
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Japans Hayabusa2 Spacecraft Lands on Asteroid It Blasted a Hole In

In the latest operation it descended to the surface of the asteroid before 930 pm Eastern time attempting to swiftly grab a sample of material from the crater it made this is the second time that JAXA the Japanese space agency has sent a
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Japanese Spacecraft Takes Asteroid Sample From Blasted Crater

Japan Aerospace Exploration AgencyAP A Japanese spacecraft has successfully sampled dust from an asteroid more than 180 million miles from Earth for the second a bomb to blast a small hole in the asteroid in April to potentially sample rocks from
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Japans Hayabusa2 Probe Will Sample Asteroid Ryugu Tonight Heres How to Watch

A Japanese spacecraft is aiming to grab the first pristine sample of an asteroid to bring back to Earth tonight Hayabusa2 will now be targeting an area near the crater it created looking to grab a sample of ejecta or material thrown aside during
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Japan Blasted A Hole In An Asteroid Now Its Going To Try And Land There

If all goes to plan Japans Hayabusa 20 kilometers above the asteroid The difficulty of the second touchdown is almost same as that of the first one says Makoto Yoshikawa the mission manager for Hayabusa-2 The sample collection is the
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Hayabusa2 may have just snagged bits of asteroid Ryugus insides

At about 906 pm EDT on July 10 the Japanese spacecraft briefly touched down near an artificial crater it had previously blasted into the 45-billion-year-old asteroids surface If the dust grab went for the second sample retrieval
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