查询词已翻译为：Japanese asteroid probe Hayabusa 2 to land
Hayabusa-2 Mission To Land on Asteroid Ryugu Delayed by JAXA Until 2019. According to a recently developed map of Asteroid Ryugu, Hayabusa-2 asteroid-probing spacecraft needs to touch down the space rock's surface in an area of only 20 meters wide.
The Japanese Spacecraft Hayabusa-2 has begun its third sample collection of asteroid Ryugu and this one started with a literal bang.The probe shot a cannonball-sized projectile at the asteroid to ...
Download Hayabusa 2: Japan's mission to land rovers on asteroid Ryugu (1.20 MB) Download 1.20 MB Japan's space agency has landed two rovers on the surface of an asteroid, meaning they've also ...
This asteroid probe is the sequel to the Hayabusa probe, designed for returning asteroid samples. By investigating a different type of asteroid (type C) from the Itokawa asteroid (type S) that was the target of Hayabusa, Hayabusa 2 will explore not only the origins of the planets but also the origin of the water of Earth's oceans and the source of life.
A Japanese probe is expected to land on a distant asteroid Friday, aiming to blast a "bullet" into the surface to collect clues about the origins of Earth and the solar system. The Hayabusa2 probe ...
The asteroid, named Ryugu after an undersea palace in a Japanese folktale, is about 3,000 toes in diameter and 170 million miles from Earth. Hayabusa 2 area probe is seen after it landed on the Ryugu asteroid, in picture taken by ONC-W1, on this handout picture launched by Japan Aerospace Exploration Company on February 22, 2019
Japan says space probe landed on asteroid to get soil sample Hayabusa2 had created itself a landing crater in April by dropping a copper impactor. Thursday's mission was to land inside that crater and collect underground samples that scientists believe contain more valuable data.
The probe will also release a French-German landing vehicle named the mobile asteroid surface scout (MASCOT) for surface observation. Hayabusa2, about the size of a large fridge and equipped with solar panels, is the successor to JAXA's first asteroid explorer, Hayabusa – Japanese for falcon.
A Japanese probe sent to examine an asteroid in order to shed light on the origins of the solar system is expected to land on the rock later this month, officials said Wednesday. The Japan ...