Japanese Asteroid Mission Confirms Samples Of Dust &Gas Back on Earth


An asteroid visit has been confirmed. Dust and gas samples were collected from the asteroid and safely brought back to earth. Subsequently, this is the second attempt as the first one failed. The container did not contain any samples. The gas retrieval marks for the first time this sterling achievement. Although the soil sample is small. It is more than sufficient to allow proper analysis. The analysis of asteroid material is very important. Earth did not start off as a wet planet. An asteroid impacting it that had water propagated the existence of water. Asteroids are the building blocks and as such are critical to understanding our beginnings. The scientific equipment used to analyze such samples is another potential prize. These will give us not only insight into asteroid composition. It will lead to further scientific advancements in equipment analysis development and new discoveries.

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Anthony is an Astronomy Editor for Jupiter Today. And yes, he gets horoscope charts requests all the time. Anthony became fascinated with Space ever since he read about the “Wow!” signal back in the second grade. Everything escalated in the most classic way: telescopes in the attic, collection of Space atlases, the astronomy club presidency in school and finally — a degree in Cosmology from Lancaster University. During his residency in Lancaster, UK Anthony would spend approximately 300 days a year traveling, attending conferences, and interviewing the world’s finest astrophysicists for American Constellation, Simply Science, Magellan Bulletin, and GEO Today. Anthony also absolutely loves the “Oh, you know Astronomy? Make me a horoscope chart!” request. It’s a classic. Email:loper@democracyforus.org


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