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[PS] Hayabusa2 descends again, this time to lower than 1000 meters above Ryugu



 
 
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Default [PS] Hayabusa2 descends again, this time to lower than 1000 meters above Ryugu


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Hayabusa2 descends again, this time to lower than 1000 meters above Ryugu

Posted: 10 Aug 2018 02:33 PM PDT
http://www.planetary.org/blogs/emily...nds-again.html

This week Hayabusa2 completed its closest approach yet to asteroid Ryugu.
In a successful gravity measurement experiment on August 6, the spacecraft
dipped to within 1 kilometer of the asteroid.

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