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Mission: Hayabusa 2
Wez
post Sep 13 2021, 06:04 AM
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I was going to post up the highlighted map but I'll wait until I can work out how to upload something in the post properly.

I have added my original map to the Shape File from SBMT which you can view here: Ryugu 3D Model

I'm keen to get access to other data to add to this:
  • Colour Topography (Phil did you create this or did you get it from JAXA?)
  • Thermal map in Cylindrical projection
  • Gravity Map in Cylindrical projection

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post Sep 13 2021, 06:11 AM
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A third thing is creating my own reconstruction photogrammically from the raw images from the ONC-T camera (I presume that is the best camera). I presume there are more images than the set from Romans animated GIF at 6pm which could be used for a reconstruction.

Does anyone have contacts in JAXA who I could talk to about acquiring the raw data images to use? I'm hoping to make a better map and then create another Cylindrical map from that which is high detail and covers the entire asteroid.


In addition I have also create an Interactive version of Ryugu in an Asteroid Viewer app I'm developing with the ability to fade between maps and fade labels in and out with a scale bar. Eventually I'll plan to move that tool to be online and I'll post up a link here when that is finalised.

Thanks for any assistance smile.gif

I should pass on a thankyou to everyone in this sub-forum as well. The amount of useful information in these pages has been fantastic
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post Sep 18 2021, 09:01 PM
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"...The largest particle that JAXA's spacecraft Hayabusa2 brought back from the asteroid Ryugu was over 10 mm in major diameter (other particles are mainly less than several mm in size), which was beyond even the expectations..." - https://curation.isas.jaxa.jp/en/topics/21-09-10.html (includes video)
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