Japanese spacecraft arrives safely at asteroid after 3.5-year journey

Its round-trip mission is set to take six years. “Everything has gone as planned,” a spokesman for the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) told a news conference. “The probe has arrived at the asteroid.” Hayabusa 2, named for the peregrine falcon …
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