Ryugu Offering Planetary Science New Intrigue

Credit: Artist's concept of Hayabusa 2: Akihiro Ikeshita
HOUSTON—What the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency’s (JAXA) Hayabusa 2 science team members have witnessed so far from their spacecraft at the primitive asteroid Ryugu is making them all the more eager to study samples of its surface and subsurface once the probe returns to Earth in December 2020...

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