Seriously impressive engineering. How come there is less coverage of this than similar (but less complicated) European and USian projects?
The Japanese Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) has landed a pair of tiny drum-like hopping robots on the surface of asteroid Ryugu. The cylindrical bots are about 18cm wide and 7cm tall (7 x 2.8in), and were traveling onboard the Hayabusa2 spacecraft, which left Earth in December 2014. When the probe reached the right spot …
For a moment I actually thought that I'd consider joining Twitter so I can find out about these sorts of things first hand, so I followed this link
— HAYABUSA2@JAXA (@haya2e_jaxa) September 21, 2018
Heeeeeeere weeeeee cooooome!!!!!!!!! pic.twitter.com/Ppcjr40SgG
Although the top photo is amazing I couldn't help wondering about the other images in the post. Am I just a miserable git?
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