Japan’s Hayabusa2 Reaches Asteroid Ryugu

HOUSTON—Japan’s Hayabusa2 asteroid sample return mission maneuvered into position above its destination, the asteroid Ryugu, late June 26 Eastern Daylight Time. It is to remain there for about 18 months, gathering orbital observations, deploying an impactor, lander and three small hoppers as well as...

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