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Japan’s capsule with Ryugu samples returns from 3.3 billion mile flight – USA Herald

Japanese spacecraft Hayabusa2 is headed back to Earth after 6 years, and 3.3 billion miles. The unmanned mission will drop off a capsule containing Ryugu samples….

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Japanese spacecraft Hayabusa2 is headed back to Earth after 6 years, and 3.3 billion miles. The unmanned mission will drop off a capsule containing Ryugu samples.
The Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) sent the Hayabusa2 and its attached capsule almost 6 years ago. 
Similar to the United States, Japan is working towards a public-private partnership through its Space Frontier Fund. The SFF is creating more space-focused venture partnerships.
JAXA prepares a reception in Australia
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