JAXA’s AKARI Mission Ends

Houston – The Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency’s prolific asteroid hunter, the AKARI infrared space telescope, has ceased operations after a more than five year mission. The spacecraft’s transmitter was turned off Nov. 24, six months after the detection of an onboard power supply problem, JAXA...

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