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Mission: Hayabusa 2
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QUOTE (pandaneko @ May 25 2018, 09:10 PM) *
I am excited to see this asteroid!!! 加油!!!


Me too! Though I wonder if the there is still a Lipovitan-D tradition among the team members. There will be some complex manouevres ahead, and they should start stocking up soon.

By my count (from http://spaceflight101.com/hayabusa-2/hayabusa-2/) , there are three mini-rovers (MINERVA-II), a lander (MASCOT), an impact module/projectile, a deployable camera, and 5 target markers! Do I have that correct? By the time we humans are through with Ryugu, it will be littered with our detritus! All in the name of science of course...
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