Sunday, May 09, 2021

Space Probe Finds Ingredients For Life On Asteroid



 Water is vital for the survival of life on Earth. And yet, we still have no idea where it came from.

Some researchers say asteroids brought water and other material needed for life to spring up on Earth.    

Now missions with highly advanced spacecraft are being sent into space to land on asteroids to help uncover the origins of life and the solar system.



Hayabusa 2 spacecraft

Japan's space agency JAXA has announced the results of a competition to name asteroid 1999 JU3, the 980-metre-wide space rock it hopes to target with its sample-return mission Hayabusa2.

The agency chose the name Ryugu from over 7,000 suggestions.................Asteroid on which Japan's space agency will detonate explosives in 2018, to be called "Ryugu"



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