Japan lowers rovers onto ‘dumpling’ asteroid, hopeful of historic touchdown

Japan’s Hayabusa 2 spacecraft has lowered two small rovers onto an asteroid in an epic mission to study the distant space rock. Preparations have been underway for the landing since the Japan Aerospac…
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