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Hayabusa 2 (Хаябуса-2), Procyon – H-IIA F26 – Танэгасима – 03.12.2014 04:22:04 UTC, (успешно)
 
http://www.hayabusa2.jaxa.jp/en/topics/20180922e/
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MINERVA-II1: Successful image capture, landing on Ryugu and hop!

On September 21, the small compact MINERVA-II1 rovers separated from the Hayabusa2 spacecraft (time of separation was 13:06 JST). The MINERVA-II1 consists of two rovers, Rover-1A and Rover-1B. We have confirmed both rovers landed on the surface of asteroid Ryugu. The two rovers are in good condition and are transmitting images and data. Analysis of this information confirmed that at least one of the rovers is moving on the asteroid surface.

MINERVA-II1 is the world’s first rover (mobile exploration robot) to land on the surface of an asteroid. This is also the first time for autonomous movement and picture capture on an asteroid surface. MINERVA-II1 is therefore “the world’s first man-made object to explore movement on an asteroid surface”. We are also delighted that the two rovers both achieved this operation at the same time.

The following is a picture sent from MINERVA-II1.


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Figure 1: Image captured by Rover-1A on September 21 at around 13:08 JST. This is a color image taken immediately after separation from the spacecraft. Hayabusa2 is at the top and the surface of Ryugu is bottom. The image is blurred because the shot was taken while the rover was rotating.
(Image credit: JAXA)



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Figure 2: Image captured by Rover-1B on September 21 at around 13:07 JST. This color image was taken immediately after separation from the spacecraft. The surface of Ryugu is in the lower right. The coloured blur in the top left is due to the reflection of sunlight when the image was taken.
(Image credit: JAXA)



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Figure 3: Image captured by Rover-1A on September 22 at around 11:44 JST. Color image captured while moving (during a hop) on the surface of Ryugu. The left-half of the image is the asteroid surface. The bright white region is due to sunlight.
(Image credit: JAXA).


The MINERVA-II1 cameras can shoot in color. In Figure 1, although the image is blurred due to the rover rotating, you can clearly see the body of Hayabusa2 and the paddle of the solar cells. The solar paddle appears blue. In Figure 3, the image was taken during a hop on the surface and you can feel this dynamic movement.

Operation of MINERVA-II1 will continue from now on. We are planning to acquire more data for analysis.

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Hayabusa2 project
2018.09.22
 
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8Cic0jqiVoQ


В видео использованы фрагменты роликов Немецкого космического агентства и JAXA
 
На фото астероида не видно кратеров, одни выщерблены. Похоже, что он очень молодой и плотный.
 
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8Cic0jqiVoQ


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В видео использованы фрагменты роликов Немецкого космического агентства и JAXA
В ролике показывают с самого начала Маскот, а голос за кадром грузит про Минерву...  :(
Массаракш!

Жизнь - это падение в пропасть неизвестной глубины и заполненную туманом.
 
https://ria.ru/science/20180923/1529173044.html
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Опубликованы первые в истории фото с поверхности астероида
19:46 23.09.2018


© Фото : JAXA

МОСКВА, 23 сен — РИА Новости. Японское агентство аэрокосмический исследований (JAXA) опубликовало фотографии с поверхности астероида Рюгу.

Фотографии были получены после того, как два японских ровера, запущенных с зонда "Хаябуса-2", совершили первую в истории успешную посадку на поверхность астероида и смогли отправить фотографии.

Роверы отделились от зонда 21 сентбяря. Как сообщается на сайте JAXA, аппараты находятся в рабочем состоянии. При этом как минимум один из роверов продолжает движение по поверхности астероида.


© Фото : JAXA
Фотография, сделанная зондом Rover-1B почти сразу после отделения от автоматической межпланетной станции "Хаябуса-2"
 
https://spaceflightnow.com/2018/09/22/japanese-robots-land-on-asteroid-send-back-pictures/
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Japanese robots land on asteroid, send back pictures
September 22, 2018 | Stephen Clark


The MINERVA-II-1A rover captured this blurred image Saturday at 0244 GMT (10:44 p.m. EDT Friday) showing asteroid Ryugu as the robot hopped across its surface. The bright feature on the right side of the image was caused by sunlight. Credit: JAXA

A pair of tiny automated robots touched down on asteroid Ryugu on Friday after separating from Japan’s Hayabusa 2 spacecraft, sending back pictures as the probes bounced across the asteroid’s alien landscape nearly 200 million miles from Earth.

The miniature rovers, each smaller than the diameter of a typical dinner plate, were released from the Hayabusa 2 spacecraft Friday as the spacecraft descended within 200 feet (as close as 55 meters) from Ryugu.

“The good news made me so happy,” said Takashi Kubota, a spokesperson for the Hayabusa 2 mission. “The image taken by MINERVA-II-1 during a hop allowed me to relax as a dream of many years came true. I felt awed by what we had achieved in Japan. This is just a real charm of deep space exploration.”

Carried aboard the Hayabusa 2 spacecraft since its launch from Earth in December 2014, the disk-shaped MINERVA-II robots floated down to the asteroid, tugged by Ryugu’s tenuous gravity — 80,000 times weaker than Earth’s — until they reached the surface at a speed predicted to be less than 1 mph (about 30 centimeters per second).

The robots returned imagery and science data to controllers on Earth via the Hayabusa 2 mothership, showing smeared views of Ryugu’s boulder-strewn surface and the Hayabusa 2 spacecraft itself as the landers tumbled toward the asteroid.
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mihalchuk пишет:
На фото астероида не видно кратеров, одни выщерблены. Похоже, что он очень молодой и плотный.
Диаметр кратера - вала грунта, выброшенного ударом и осевшего на поверхность , - существенным образом зависит от силы тяготения тела. Очевидно, в данном случае диаметр возможных кратеров больше размера Рюгу.
 
Да есть там кратеры! При том один - огроменный, непонятно, как он образовался - при таком ударе вдребезги Рюгу развалился бы. Хотя... можео он с тех времен, когда астероид был здоровенным, а потом уже развалился, унаследовав старый кратер.
Массаракш!

Жизнь - это падение в пропасть неизвестной глубины и заполненную туманом.
 
http://www.hayabusa2.jaxa.jp/en/news/status/
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Sep. 25, 2018

★ Hayabusa2 status(the week of 2018.09.17)★

This week was very exciting. On September 19, preparation began for the separation of the MINERVA-II1 rovers. Descent from the home position began at around 14:00 JST on September 20. On September 21 after 13:00 JST, the two MINERVA-II1 rovers, Rover-1A and Rover-1B separated from the spacecraft. After this, the spacecraft rose and returned to the home position at around 15:00 JST on September 22. After separation, we attempted communication with MINERVA-II1. By September 22, images and data confirmed that both rovers had landed on Ryugu and that at least one was hopping and moving. We published a press release on September 22, releasing the situation of MINERVA-II1 and the acquired images. The Project Members were also very impressed by these images sent from MINERVA-II1.

2018.09.25. M.Y.

 
Объявление JAXA.
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Брифинг по зонду-исследователю астероидов «Хаябуса 2» (18/09/27)

JAXA | 宇宙航空研究開発機構

Дата: четверг, 27 сентября 2018 года, 15:30 ~ 16:30 (JST)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pJOxlZPlL6o
06:30 ~ 07:30 UTC 27.09.2018
 
Запись брифинга 27.09.2018 (на яп. яз.)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pJOxlZPlL6o (1:20:39)
 
Материалы пресс-брифинга 27.09.2018 (на англ. яз.)

Hayabusa2_Press20180927_verE_en.pdf - 4.9 MB, 45 стр, 2018-09-27 05:17:01 UTC

 
 
 

Изменено: tnt22 - 27.09.2018 17:02:18
 
 
 
 
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Первое видео, записанное ровером MINERVA-II1 на поверхности астероида Рюгю
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Дата загрузки: 27 сент. 2018 г.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TSYkcHgpgsw (0:14)
 
http://www.hayabusa2.jaxa.jp/en/topics/20180927e_BoxB/
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Images of Ryugu photographed fr om BOX-B

The BOX-B operation ran between August 18 and September 7. Here, we explore the images taken fr om BOX-B.

Hayabusa2 usually stays at the home position, about 20 km fr om Ryugu. The direction of the spacecraft is also fixed as the home position for Hayabusa2 is situated on the line connecting Ryugu and the Earth. During this exploration period, the Earth and Sun could be seen in almost the same direction from view point of Ryugu. That meant that if the spacecraft were to stay at the home position, Ryugu would appear similar to an almost full moon. This is convenient as almost all of Ryugu is illuminated, but it is important to observe the asteroid not only from the front but also from diagonal directions. To achieve these different viewing angles, we initiated the BOX-B operation.
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Hayabusa2 project
2018.09.27
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