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post Yesterday, 01:13 PM
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QUOTE (Paolo @ Jun 21 2018, 12:35 PM) *
From the images released today, it looks like a more spherical version of Itokawa, but still a remarkable rubble pile with only a few, subdued craters

Did you see the comparison to all other minor bodies photographed in the past, listed in the press release?
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post Yesterday, 02:14 PM
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Stereo views. First an anaglyph version:
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And a cross-eyed version:
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animation of the last 3 images
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post Today, 02:22 AM
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I am still mildly desperate for clarification about the wide angle camera window on Haya2 web page.

So, I rang JAXA publicity department this morning. I will be getting their reply on my mobile. Apparently,
the girl who picked up my call will have to sk other people for an answer. She was OK, though, so, I think
I will receive a call from JAXA, sooner or later.

P
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post Today, 06:09 AM
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QUOTE (pandaneko @ Jun 22 2018, 02:22 AM) *
I am still mildly desperate for clarification about the wide angle camera window on Haya2 web page.

So, I rang JAXA publicity department this morning. I will be getting their reply on my mobile. Apparently,
the girl who picked up my call will have to sk other people for an answer. She was OK, though, so, I think
I will receive a call from JAXA, sooner or later.

P

Are you Japanese native speaker? I thought the doubt about the content and meaning of the "control panel" was caused by difficulties in automated translation from Japanese to English.
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post Today, 06:46 AM
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Although not yet officially stated by JAXA, H2 should have performed TCM07 this GMT-night, slowing down from 29 to 9 cm/s:
58291.013888 2018/06/22T00:20:00.0 0.3594 0.2688 46.1378 0.010988 -0.003875 -0.299525
58291.020833 2018/06/22T00:30:00.0 0.3660 0.2664 45.9581 -0.002735 -0.000503 -0.091445

It is... parking. :-)

Resolution is now around 4.5 m/pixel
Ryugu is 206 pixel wide in ONC-Telescope camera and 20 pixel wide in ONC-WideAngle camera.

No evidence yet of english version of press release :-( , which should be listed here:
http://www.hayabusa2.jaxa.jp/topics/press/

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TCM07 confirmed:
https://twitter.com/haya2e_jaxa/status/1010032948697956352
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