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Touchdown on asteroid: Japan probe lands successfully


Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency staff members at Institute of Space and Astronautical Science celebrate after the probe sent to collect samples from an asteroid 300 million kilometres away for clues about the origin of life and the solar system lands successfully.

Added on the 22/02/2019 05:53:27 - Copyright : AFP EN

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