A spacecraft approaches Earth … to reveal “unknown secrets”

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وتركت Starship Ryugu asteroid, About 300 million kilometers (180 million miles) a year ago.

The capsule will be launched 220,000 kilometers (136,700 miles) into space and land in a remote and sparsely populated area in Woomera, Australia, on Sunday.

In context, said the project manager at an exploration agency Japanese spaceYuichi Tsuda, briefing before the capsule’s critical separation from the spacecraft, Saturday, Hayabusa 2 is flying smoothly according to plan.

و .ضاف "We have trained ourselves and are now fully prepared. So I just pray that the equipment that has not been used yet will work fine and that there will be good weather in Australia. We are very excited".

Scientists say they believe the samples, especially those taken from below Surface of the asteroidIt contains valuable data that is not affected by space radiation and other environmental factors. They are particularly interested in the analysis of organic matter in samples.

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وتركت Starship Ryugu asteroid, About 300 million kilometers (180 million miles) a year ago.

The capsule will be launched 220,000 kilometers (136,700 miles) into space and land in a remote and sparsely populated area in Woomera, Australia, on Sunday.

In context, said the project manager at an exploration agency Japanese spaceYuichi Tsuda, briefing before the capsule’s critical separation from the spacecraft, Saturday, Hayabusa 2 is flying smoothly according to plan.

“We have trained ourselves and are now fully prepared. So I’m just praying that the equipment that has not been used until now will work well and that there will be good weather in Australia. We are very excited.”

Scientists say they believe the samples, especially those taken from below Surface of the asteroidIt contains valuable data that is not affected by space radiation and other environmental factors. They are particularly interested in the analysis of organic matter in samples.

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