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Subaru Telescope Observes Hayabusa2 Spacecraft Carrying Asteroid Surface Samples To Earth
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Subaru Telescope Observes Hayabusa2 Spacecraft Carrying Asteroid Surface Samples To Earth

About a week ago, we discussed the latest news about the impressive six-year mission of the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency…
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 coronavirus pandemic, a NASA researcher and ex-collaborator has expressed concern about…
Video: Spacecraft Lands on Asteroid 300 Million Kilometers Away
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Video: Spacecraft Lands on 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…
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

Update; 2020. The Hayabusa2 spacecraft has delivered asteroid surface samples back to Earth. The spacecraft is currently en route to…
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