In the earlier post we talked about new discoveries and scientific improvements ranging from the United States of The usa to Russia, Great Britain, Germany and Finland. In this posting we will glimpse at breakthroughs in even further countries.
For the first time the Hayabusa 2 probe of the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency’s (JAXA) has brought again fuel from asteroid 162173 Ryugu (the orbit of which is near to that of the Earth) discovered in 1999. The mission was launched on 3 December. On 27 June 2018, the probe arrived at the asteroid orbiting it at a distance of about 20 kilometres. Just after about a person calendar year and a 50 percent of measurements and surveys, the probe commenced its manoeuvres to approach the Earth on 13 November 2019, carrying the samples collected on Ryugu‘s surface area in a capsule. On 6 December 2020, the capsule made up of the samples gathered on the asteroid re-entered the Earth’s atmosphere to land in the Australian desert, when the Hayabusa 2 probe ongoing its mission by heading into deep space to attain the 1998 KY26 asteroid.
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