Japan space explorer arrives at asteroid to collect samples

TOKYO – A Japanese space explorer arrived at an asteroid Wednesday after a 3½-year journey and now begins its real work of trying to blow a crater to collect samples to eventually bring back to Earth. The unmanned Hayabusa2 spacecraft reached its base …
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