Japan's Aerospace Agency (JAXA) launches 2 spaceship ostrich Ryugu flies to the surface of asteroids, and then sends samples to the Earth.Earlier, the detective came to a "close contact" as a result of the asteroid (first landing) and a piece of "broken" space.At the same time, the first minute after ostrich II shot out of Ryugu, he took a picture of high-resolution asteroid surface.
No Ostrich 2 photos of the hostel (in JAXA's picture)
On Friday, the Nuclear Ostrich Detector finally landed on the surface of Ryugu asteroid. Although the operation is a bit difficult, the progression is still smooth. After completing the first contact, it has risen to an altitude of 20 km (12.4 million) above sea level.
The scientists made a gentle landing (Photo: JAXA)
Ostrich II, Ryugu, landed 25 meters (82 feet) away from the asteroid and touched the ground after a few minutes, taking a special picture of the new one. The photo of the detector is reflected in the photo, as the skin mark is real.
Group photo (Photo: JAXA)
According to JAXA, this "discoloration" may cause dirt that can be detected by the detector detectors. According to planning, Oyster II will return to Earth until 2020, to provide scientists for subsequent research.
Scientists say Ryugu has not changed nearly 4.6 billion years ago. In this way, the samples contained in the asteroids help us to better understand the formation of the solar system, the earth and the earth.[来源：JAXA]