Japanese probe drops off robots on asteroid's surface

2018-09-25 03:03:27 GMT2018-09-25 11:03:27(Beijing Time) Sina English
One of Japan’s most ambitious space missions just reached an important milestone. The Hayabusa2 probe has successfully deployed a pair of tiny robots destined to explore the surface of the asteroid Ryugu. These robots are just the first of many instruments Hayabusa2 will drop off on the surface, but the ultimate goal of the mission is to return samples of Ryugu to Earth. (Photo/Agencies) One of Japan’s most ambitious space missions just reached an important milestone. The Hayabusa2 probe has successfully deployed a pair of tiny robots destined to explore the surface of the asteroid Ryugu. These robots are just the first of many instruments Hayabusa2 will drop off on the surface, but the ultimate goal of the mission is to return samples of Ryugu to Earth. (Photo/Agencies)
One of Japan’s most ambitious space missions just reached an important milestone. The Hayabusa2 probe has successfully deployed a pair of tiny robots destined to explore the surface of the asteroid Ryugu. These robots are just the first of many instruments Hayabusa2 will drop off on the surface, but the ultimate goal of the mission is to return samples of Ryugu to Earth. (Photo/Agencies) One of Japan’s most ambitious space missions just reached an important milestone. The Hayabusa2 probe has successfully deployed a pair of tiny robots destined to explore the surface of the asteroid Ryugu. These robots are just the first of many instruments Hayabusa2 will drop off on the surface, but the ultimate goal of the mission is to return samples of Ryugu to Earth. (Photo/Agencies)
One of Japan’s most ambitious space missions just reached an important milestone. The Hayabusa2 probe has successfully deployed a pair of tiny robots destined to explore the surface of the asteroid Ryugu. These robots are just the first of many instruments Hayabusa2 will drop off on the surface, but the ultimate goal of the mission is to return samples of Ryugu to Earth. (Photo/Agencies) One of Japan’s most ambitious space missions just reached an important milestone. The Hayabusa2 probe has successfully deployed a pair of tiny robots destined to explore the surface of the asteroid Ryugu. These robots are just the first of many instruments Hayabusa2 will drop off on the surface, but the ultimate goal of the mission is to return samples of Ryugu to Earth. (Photo/Agencies)
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