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Asteroid Explorer “Hayabusa2” clarifies the origin and evolution of solar system as well as life matter. It will be establishing deep space exploration technology and new challenges.

A Japanese spacecraft landed on an asteroid Ryugu and fired a bullet into it

A Japanese spacecraft Hayabusa2 has successfully landed on a distant space rock Ryugu for sample retrieval. The refrigerator-sized Hayabusa 2 craft settled on asteroid Ryugu...
On its second flight, FOXSI captured evidence of hard X-ray emission from nanoflares. FOXSI’s observations of hard X-rays are shown in blue outlining the very hottest regions of the solar atmosphere, superimposed over a soft X-ray image of the Sun from the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency’s (JAXA) and NASA’s Hinode solar-observing satellite

NASA-funded rocket to view Sun with x-ray vision

Sun, the hot ball of glowing gases at the heart of our solar system. Most of the gas — 91 percent — is hydrogen....