Earth has been going on for a hundred years since an asteroid disappears, Bennu can do it.
1017.955 Banu is officially known as the size of the Asteroids Empire State Building and has a "Land Impossible Probability".. In fact, is Busi ranked in the second level of the Palermo Risk Impact Technician – "We must clear all the territories" in the classification efficiently?
So, if it had been a visit, would we probably send a group of miners ragtag, because he traveled for seven years, to collect some dirt at the top?
But remember, that is, we're talking about NASA!
In this section of Watch this Space, we will take a look at OSIRIS-REx: capture NASA's mission in Bennu (five seconds) to collect dust from the asteroid and bring it to Earth.
It can be like a long, dusty road, but this material (called "regolith") has told us a lot. According to NASA, asteroids are basically "waste left from the process of forming the solar system", so the composition is clear about the history of the solar system, how it was created, and how the planets were like Earth.
The OSIRIS-REx (Origins, Spectral Interpretation, Resource Identification, Security-Regolith Explorer Spaceship stand out) came into existence on December 3, and it will pass less than a year to touch the best place to find asteroids. When it finds an ideal spot, the spacecraft has been on the surface of an asteroid for five seconds, causing a nitrogen gas explosion to trap dust and surface gems and move it to the ground.
At the end of the seven-year mission, NASA scientists will study this material and will be able to get acquainted with it and find "groundbreaking origin and Earth-pioneering molecules of the Earth" according to NASA.
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