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Hayabasu2 explorer to collect samples from asteroid Ryugu
Beeps By www.gobeyondpink.com | Jun 27 2018

The unmanned Japanese space explorer Hayabusa2 reached asteroid Ryugu. The spacecraft will blow a crater in the rocky surface to collect samples and bring them back to Earth. It is expected to make three brief touch-and-go landings on the surface of the asteroid. It will also deploy 3 rovers that can hop around on the surface for conducting probes.

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