See Hayabusa2 Touch down on Asteroid Ryugu and Collect a Sample

Watch a video of a touchdown on an asteroid

Japanese probe Hayabusa2 has been exploring asteroid Ryugu since it first touched down in February, and now the Japanese Space Agency (JAXA) has shared a video of the touchdown the craft made last month. The video is a 10 times speed animation captured by the CAM-H small monitor camera.

Source: See Hayabusa2 Touch down on Asteroid Ryugu and Collect a Sample | Digital Trends

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