Hayabusa2’s Extreme Touchdown: New Secrets On Asteroid Ryugu’s Surface Revealed

Japan's Hayabusa2's spacecraft is on its way back to Earth after it met asteroid Ryugu about 180 million miles away. The work that it did while orbiting the rocky cosmic traveler reveals more about its secrets. According to CNET, the...

Space Missions Scheduled for This Year

The year 2019 was a great year for everyone involved in space exploration, with the cherry on the top being the first ever image of a black hole captured by the Event Horizon Telescope. ​This new year, 2020, is said...

Japan’s Hayabusa-2 is Set to Return to Earth With Asteroid Samples

​Japan's ambitious Hayabusa-2 spacecraft will soon return to Earth, putting an end to its impressive and unique mission. The probe is set to leave its orbit around Ryugu on Wednesday, transporting samples that could help scientists understand how the Solar...

Japan’s Hayabusa2 Spacecraft Left Ryugu Asteroid

Japan's Hayabusa2 Spacecraft has just begun its journey back to Earth, and it carries samples of the asteroid on board. Hayabusa2 is on its way back home  The spacecraft has already sent rovers and landers to the surface, and it...