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Hayabusa 2 (Хаябуса-2), Procyon – H-IIA F26 – Танэгасима – 03.12.2014 04:22:04 UTC, (успешно)
HAYABUSA2@JAXA‏ @haya2e_jaxa 14 мин. назад

We have confirmed Hayabusa2 has returned to the home position on April 20 at 09:30 JST.

As of today (April 23), the Crater Search Operation (Post-SCI) has begun. Today, preparation for the descent was performed and Hayabusa2 will begin to reduce altitude from tomorrow.
HAYABUSA2@JAXA‏ @haya2e_jaxa 26 мин. назад

[CRA2] Shift 1 for the Crater Search Operation (Post-SCI) (CRA2) began on April 24 at 14:30 JST. At 15:54 JST, the GATE 1 check was completed and the spacecraft began the descent at 16:59 JST.

HAYABUSA2@JAXA‏ @haya2e_jaxa 24 мин. назад

[CRA2] April 24 at 19:15 JST: the altitude of the spacecraft (distance to Ryugu’s surface) passed 16 km. Images from the Optical Navigation Camera - Wide angle (ONC-W1) are now being relayed in real-time on our website! Please see them here: http://www.hayabusa2.jaxa.jp/en/galleries/onc/nav20190424/ …
HAYABUSA2@JAXA‏ @haya2e_jaxa 22 мин. назад

[CRA2] This is a navigation image received on April 24 at 21:13 JST. The distance to Ryugu when the image was captured is about 13km. Operation is currently via the Goldstone DSN ground

10 мин. назад

[CRA2] April 24 at 23:25 JST: the altitude of the spacecraft is about 10km. Currently, the descent speed is about 40cm/s.
Navigation Images from the CRA2 operation (Real time delivery)

Navigation Images from the CRA2 operation (Apr. 23 - 25, 2019), taken by the wide-angle camera ONC-W1.

We are currently delivering navigation images with the Optical Navigation Camera Wide angle (ONC-W1) in real time.
Please understand that the image may be distorted due to the network status or data processing.

  • The page displays the latest list of images at the time of loading. Please reload the browser window to update to the latest image.
  • Time is given in UTC (Universal Time). For Japan time (JST), please add 9 hours. For Eastern Time (ET), please subtract four hours.
  • Delivery will be finished around Apr. 25 9:00 (JST), before the scan observation. To know the operation information, please see Twitter.
HAYABUSA2@JAXA‏ @haya2e_jaxa 10 мин. назад

[CRA2] As the day changes to April 25 (at 01:00 JST), the altitude of the Hayabusa2 has passed 8km. There are still 10 team members in the control room who are watching the situation of the spacecraft.

4 мин. назад

[CRA2] April 25 at 02:20 JST: the altitude of Hayabusa2 is about 6km.
HAYABUSA2@JAXA‏ @haya2e_jaxa 8 ч. назад

[CRA2] On April 25 at 03:30 JST, we performed the GATE 2 check and confirmed the spacecraft is slowing as planned. The state of the spacecraft and ground system was normal. The altitude of the spacecraft is about 4500m.

4 ч. назад

[CRA2] April 25 at 07:40 JST: the altitude of the spacecraft is about 3km.

4 мин. назад

[CRA2] This is the navigation image received on April 25 at 08:16 JST. The altitude when the photo was captured was 2800m. The Urashima Crater can be seen on the left.

2 мин. назад

[CRA2] This is the navigation image received on April 25 at 08:45 JST. The spacecraft altitude was at 2600m. The real-time relaying of the navigation images will end at this point. From now, the observations at low altitude will begin and we will keep you informed via twitter!

The Crater Search Operation (Post-SCI): (CRA2)

The Small Carry-on Impactor (SCI) operation successfully took place on April 5. A 2kg copper mass was fired using the collision apparatus to collide with Ryugu. The gravel released from the surface of Ryugu was photographed by the deployable camera, DCAM3. However, the images from DCAM3 do not show how Ryugu's surface has been altered by the impact. Hayabusa2 will therefore descend and make observations in the vicinity of the SCI collision area.

The CRA2 operation will take place from April 23 – 25, 2019, with preparation for the descent beginning on April 23, the descent itself starting on April 24 and the observations at the lowest altitude (about 1.7km) on April 25. The spacecraft will then rise on April 25. Figure 1 shows the location of the observations. The area to be observed is the same as that observed on March 22 in the Crater Search Operation (Pre-SCI) (CRA1).

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Figure 1: Region observed in CRA2. (image credit: JAXA).

The schedule for the CRA2 operation is shown in Figure 2. The spacecraft begins its descent at a speed of 0.4 m/s on April 24 at 16:42 JST (all times are onboard times). The speed is reduced to 0.1 m/s on April 25 at around 03:02. The descent will then continue and reach the lowest altitude (at about 1.7 km) at round 11:16 and continue to observe at this altitude for a while. The spacecraft will begin to rise at 12:53 and return to the home position. Please note that these are the planned times and the actual operation time may vary.

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Figure 2: Schematic diagram of the CRA 2 operation. (Image credit: JAXA).
Note that the times listed here may differ during the actual operation.

Hayabusa2 Project
HAYABUSA2@JAXA‏ @haya2e_jaxa 31 мин. назад

[CRA2] On April 25 at 10:24 JST we reached the GATE 3 check. Both the spacecraft and ground system are normal. The spacecraft altitude is at about 2100m.

29 мин. назад

[CRA2] April 25 at 10:45 JST. The altitude of the spacecraft has dropped to 2000m. We are currently operating via the Usuda ground station and one of the displays in the control room is showing weather information near the Usuda station.

5 мин. назад

[CRA2] April 25 at 11:50 JST: the spacecraft hovers around the lowest altitude. The altitude here is between 1.6 - 1.7 km. Low altitude observations have begun, and the spacecraft has switched to using the low gain antenna (LGA). These observations should last about an hour.
HAYABUSA2@JAXA‏ @haya2e_jaxa 16 мин. назад

[CRA2] April 25 at 13:14 JST. The spacecraft initiated a rising ΔV (thruster injection) as planned. The start of the ascent at the planned speed (about 30cm/s) has been confirmed.




 国立研究開発法人宇宙航空研究開発機構(JAXA)は、平成31(2019)年4月5日に小惑星探査機「はやぶさ2」に搭載した衝突装置(SCI: Small Carry-on Impactor)を小惑星Ryugu(リュウグウ)に向けて分離し、作動させる運用を行いました。




画像のクレジット:JAXA, 東京大, 高知大, 立教大, 名古屋大, 千葉工大, 明治大, 会津大, 産総研
Об успешном применении зондом-исследователем астероидов "Сокол-2" системы столкновения

25 апреля 2019 г.

Японское агентство аэрокосмических исследований

Японское агентство аэрокосмических исследований (JAXA) сообщает, что 5 апреля 2019 года
зонд-исследователь астероидов "Сокол-2" отделил устройство столкновения (SCI: Small Carry-on Impactor), установленное на зонде, в направлении астероида Рюгю для проведения ударного воздействия.

В результате изучения изображения, полученного оптической навигационной камерой (ONC-T), установленной на «Соколе-2», определено, что воздействие устройства столкновения породило кратер.

В настоящее время состояние космического зонда нормальное.

Дата съёмки
Изображение слева 22 марта 2019 г.
Изображение справа 25 апреля 2019 года
(Дата съёмки по японскому времени)

Изображение было получено с помощью оптической навигационной камеры (ONC-T), установленной на "Соколе-2".
При сравнении левого и правого изображений искусственный кратер, созданный устройством столкновения, был обнаружен в области, обведенной пунктирной линией.
Проводится анализ размера и глубины кратера.

Авторы изображения: JAXA, Токийский университет, Университет Кочи, Университет Риккё, Университет Нагоя, Технологический институт Тиба, Университет Мэйдзи, Университет Айзу, AIST
25 АПР, 11:42
В Японии подтвердили создание искусственного кратера на астероиде Рюгу

Операция по созданию кратера была проведена 5 апреля

ТОКИО, 25 апреля. /ТАСС/. Японское агентство аэрокосмических исследований (JAXA) смогло удостовериться в том, что его зонд "Хаябуса-2" ("Сокол-2") в начале апреля успешно создал на поверхности отдаленного астероида Рюгу (в переводе с японского - "дворец дракона") искусственный кратер. Об этом в четверг объявила JAXA.

Операция по созданию на поверхности Рюгу искусственного кратера была проведена JAXA 5 апреля. Зонд "Хаябуса-2" взорвал у поверхности астероида специальный блок, который выстрелил в поверхность Рюгу двухкилограммовым медным снарядом. В результате столкновения на астероиде образовался обширный искусственный кратер округлой формы. Подчеркивается, что подобный кратер на поверхности астероида был создан впервые.
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HAYABUSA2@JAXA‏ @haya2e_jaxa 5 мин. назад

[CRA2] Crater formation where the Small Carry-on Impactor collided with Ryugu has been confirmed! These images compare the surface before and after the SCI collision.

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HAYABUSA2@JAXA‏ @haya2e_jaxa 53 сек. назад

[CRA2] The exact size and shape of the artificial crater will be examined in detail in the future, but we can see that terrain of an area about 20m wide has changed. We did not expect such a big alternation so a lively debate has been initiated in the project!
HAYABUSA2@JAXA‏ @haya2e_jaxa 2 мин. назад

[CRA2] April 25 at 19:15 JST. Shift 4 has been debriefed and has finished. This is the end of the CRA2 operation shifts. The spacecraft will return to the home position for normal operation. Thank you all for your support!

Successful Operation of Asteroid Explorer Hayabusa2's SCI

April 25, 2019 (JST)

National Research and Development Agency
Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA)

Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) separated the SCI (Small Carry-on Impactor), which had been onboard the asteroid explorer Hayabusa2, on April 5, 2019, for deployment to Ryugu, and then put the SCI into operation.

As a result of checking the images captured by the Optical Navigation Camera - Telescopic (ONC-T) onboard the asteroid explorer Hayabusa2, we have concluded that a crater was created by the SCI.

Hayabusa2 is operating normally.

Images taken by the ONC-T:
Left image: Taken on March 22, 2019
Right image: Taken on April 25, 2019
(Onboard date, JST)

These images were captured by the Optical Navigation Camera - Telescopic onboard Hayabusa2. By comparing the two images, we have confirmed that an artificial crater was created in the area surrounded by dotted lines. The size and depth of the crater are now under analysis.

Image credit: JAXA, The University of Tokyo, Kochi University, Rikkyo University, Nagoya University, Chiba Institute of Technology, Meiji University, The University of Aizu, AIST
Опубликованы материалы пресс-брифинга 11.04.2019

Hayabusa2_Press20190411_ver10_en.pdf - 4.5 MB, 41 стр, 2019-05-02 07:25:51 UTC

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