Hayabusa2 lands on an asteroid and sends back amazing pictures to prove it

Japan's Hayabusa2 mission to the asteroid Ryugu is an ambitious one to begin with, and the team recently made the decision to up the stakes with a second touchdown on the space rock's surface. Not only did all go as planned, but we now have the best


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Shout out to the team behind this amazing mission! Y’all are gangster AF


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