Daily Events – The rocket launched by a Japanese space probe called Hayabusa 2 created an artificial gap in the asteroid in the first attempt to test the formation of the solar system.
The probe was dropped and exploded near the asteroid Ryugu, and its fragments fell on its surface.
Masahiko Arakawa, one of Kobe University project leaders, said at a press conference that "creating an artificial gap in this way and exploring its details later is the first such attempt." According to the pictures, a big difference can be seen more than expected, "explaining that" the images have a nozzle diameter of 10 meters. "
Scientists believe that the asteroid contains a large amount of organic matter, including water, for about 4.6 billion years at the time of the solar system.
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