The Hayabusa spacecraft on asteroid
The Hayabusa was a Japanese spacecraft that landed on the near-Earth
asteroid Itokawa in 2005 and attempted to collect samples. In 2010,
Hayabusa was a success at getting back to earth with a small sample of
asteroid dust that is being studied by scientists.
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