Japanese scientists first look inside the planetary return capsule of Hayabusa 2

Japanese scientists first look inside the planetary return capsule of Hayabusa 2

Japanese scientists have obtained their first glimpse samples inside the capsule Hayabusa 2 spacecraft, And even the first look is promising.

The Hayabus 2 spacecraft, launched in 2014, is called a near-Earth cluster. Ryugu. The mission arrived in Ryugu in 2018 and spent the last day leaving the year to deposit its sample capsules in the Earth’s atmosphere before leaving last year to maintain and sample the planet. On December 5, the capsule landed in the Woomera Prehibid Area in Australia; The scientist with the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA), who runs the mission, then flew the capsule to Japan.

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