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The Japanese asteroid-hunter had another photo opportunity when it dropped a target marker on asteroid Ryugu

7 Jun 2019, 19:41 UTC
The Japanese asteroid-hunter had another photo opportunity when it dropped a target marker on asteroid Ryugu
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By Matt Williams

Japan’s Hayabusa2 spacecraft just launched its second target marker to the surface of the asteroid Ryugu.
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