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Japan’s Hayabusa2 Spacecraft Bombs Asteroid Ryugu, Creating a 20-Meter-Wide Crater
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Japan’s Hayabusa2 Spacecraft Bombs Asteroid Ryugu, Creating a 20-Meter-Wide Crater

Earlier this month, to be exact on April 5, the Hayabusa2 probe, orbiting asteroid Ruygu launched an explosive device in…
Here’s The Video of Japan’s Hayabusa2 Spacecraft ‘Bombing’ an Asteroid 300 Million Kilometers Away
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Here’s The Video of Japan’s Hayabusa2 Spacecraft ‘Bombing’ an Asteroid 300 Million Kilometers Away

Recently released footage by the Japanese Space Agency (JAXA) shows the exact moment when a small explosive device was launched…
Japan’s Hayabusa2 Spacecraft Drops Bomb on Asteroid 300 Million Kilometers Away
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Japan’s Hayabusa2 Spacecraft Drops Bomb on Asteroid 300 Million Kilometers Away

According to reports from JAXA, its spacecraft, Hayabusa2 dropped and detonated an explosive charge on the surface of the asteroid…
NASA Spacecraft Successfully Lands on Asteroid 324 Million Km Away Gathering Soil Samples
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NASA Spacecraft Successfully Lands on Asteroid 324 Million Km Away Gathering Soil Samples

NASA has achieved yet another fascinating historical milestone as the OSIRIS-REx mission managed to successfully land on the surface of…
2 Different Asteroids Visited by 2 Different Spacecraft Were Probably Part of the Same Asteroid
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2 Different Asteroids Visited by 2 Different Spacecraft Were Probably Part of the Same Asteroid

There are two interesting asteroids currently being explored and studied by astronomers. One is asteroid Ryugu, and the other one…
Alien Contamination? NASA Expert Warns of Alien Viruses That Could Reach Earth in Future Space Missions
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Alien Contamination? NASA Expert Warns of Alien Viruses That Could Reach Earth in Future Space Missions

While attention on Earth is focused on containing the new coronavirus pandemic, a NASA researcher and ex-collaborator has expressed concern…
Watch the Video of a Spacecraft Landing on an Asteroid 300 Million Kilometers Away
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Watch the Video of a Spacecraft Landing on an Asteroid 300 Million Kilometers Away

An asteroid measuring approximately one kilometer in diameter called Ryugu (officially designated 162173 Ryugu) was visited by a spacecraft from…
Japan Bombed An Asteroid 300 Million Kilometers Away, Here’s What They Found
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Japan Bombed An Asteroid 300 Million Kilometers Away, Here’s What They Found

The Japanese national Space Agency (JAXA) made its Hayabusa-2 spacecraft—in orbit around Ryugu—bomb the asteroid orbiting the sun at around…
7 Awestriking Close-Up Images of an Asteroid 300 Million km Away Reveal Cosmic Secrets
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7 Awestriking Close-Up Images of an Asteroid 300 Million km Away Reveal Cosmic Secrets

Asteroid Ryugu, formally identified as 162173 Ryugu, provisional designation 1999 JU3, is a potentially hazardous asteroid of the Apollo Group. The…
Here’s are 4 Stunning Close-Up Image of an Asteroid 300 Million Kilometers Away
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Here’s are 4 Stunning Close-Up Image of an Asteroid 300 Million Kilometers Away

The Japanese Hayabusa2 mission continues to surprise us. This time with an unprecedented view of the surface features that are…
Japan Lands Spacecraft on an Asteroid 131 million miles From Earth to Collect Samples
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Japan Lands Spacecraft on an Asteroid 131 million miles From Earth to Collect Samples

It’s an achievement worthy of every praise. Japan’s Hayabusa2 spacecraft has signaled back to Earth it has landed on the…
Here’s the First Footage of the Bomb Detonated on Asteroid Ryugu 300 Million Kilometers Away
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Here’s the First Footage of the Bomb Detonated on Asteroid Ryugu 300 Million Kilometers Away

The Hayabusa2 probe from the Japanese space agency (JAXA) has dropped a bomb the size of a baseball on its…
Japan Announces it Will Fire a Bomb Into an Asteroid 300 Million Kilometers Away
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Japan Announces it Will Fire a Bomb Into an Asteroid 300 Million Kilometers Away

The Japanese Space agency wants to detonate a projectile on the asteroid surface and hopefully mine some of its subsurface…
Watch Video as Japanese Spacecraft Touches Down on Asteroid and Fires a Projectile Into It
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Watch Video as Japanese Spacecraft Touches Down on Asteroid and Fires a Projectile Into It

A video captured by the Japanese spacecraft Hayabusa-2, broadcast by the Japanese space agency (JAXA), shows the moment when the…
Japanese Spacecraft Lands on Asteroid, Collects Samples and Snaps Incredible Image
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Japanese Spacecraft Lands on Asteroid, Collects Samples and Snaps Incredible Image

In February of 2019, The Japanese space agency JAXA made history as its Hayabusa2 spacecraft touched down on asteroid Ryugu,…
Japanese Spacecraft Lands on an Asteroid and Fires a Projectile Into it
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Japanese Spacecraft Lands on an Asteroid and Fires a Projectile Into it

The Japanese Hayabusa2 Spacecraft has made history after a three-and-a-half-year journey from Earth. The spacecraft has managed to land on…
Japanese Space Agency Aims to Uncover how Martian Moons Formed
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Japanese Space Agency Aims to Uncover how Martian Moons Formed

Elizabeth Tasker, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) The Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) has announced a mission to visit the…
MASCOT has Landed: Third Robot Lands on Asteroid Ryugu
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MASCOT has Landed: Third Robot Lands on Asteroid Ryugu

A Japanese Space probe has landed a brand-new observation robot on Asteroid Ryugu, in hopes of unlocking the mysteries surrounding the…
Japanese Rover Beams Back Stunning Images From Surface of Asteroid, 180 Million Miles Away
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Japanese Rover Beams Back Stunning Images From Surface of Asteroid, 180 Million Miles Away

A pair of Japenese robots have photographed stunning images of the surface of an asteroid after successfully having been released…
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