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Australia detects asteroid capsule landing point

Australia detects asteroid capsule landing point

An Australian recovery team detected the landing point of a space capsule which bears the first large quantities of rock from an asteroid. The capsule contains material from a space rock named Ryugu, and it parachuted down near Woomera in South Australia. The samples had been collected by a Japanese spacecraft called Hayabusa-2. The craft had spent a year investigating the object.

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John
John 1 months

Seeing nations cooperate on scientific advancement is one of the few things that gives me hope for our future. If only we could have such cooperation in other areas, too.

Noah PaulOG
Noah PaulOG 1 months

Are we sure there is 0% chance of bio-material in those rocks?

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