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The asteroid explorer "Hayabusa 2" is now sailing smoothly towards the asteroid Ryugu (Ryugu). "Hayabusa 2" came to a stage where the continuous operation of the ion engine ended on June 3 and approached the rugou with optical navigation. At this briefing session, we will explain the current situation of "Hayabusa 2", the ion engine that finished the last continuous operation on the outbound route.Date and time 11: 00-12: 00 (Thursday) June 7 th, Heisei 30 th (02:00 GMT, 07/JUN/2018)Speaker (planned):JAXA Institute for Space and Astronautical Science "Hayabusa 2" Project Team Mission Manager: Makoto Yoshikawa (Associate Professor, JAXA Institute of Space and Astronautical Science and Engineering) Kazutaka Nishiyama (JAXA Institute of Space and Astronautical Science Associate Professor of Engineering Research)
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We're now less than 1000km from Ryugu! The asteroid is so close, we've had to change our website header so you can see the approach trajectory: the horizontal scale is now 10 x larger than the vertical scale.
sembra proprio un ottaedro da questo punto di vista!
The distance to Ryugu from Hayabusa2 at the time of the TCM was about 110km and the relative speed after TCM06 was about 0.4m/s. We are now entering the region dominated by the gravity of the asteroid (the Hill sphere: within about 90km from the asteroid).