The Jaabusa2 spacecraft has a close relationship with the asteroid Ryugo. Send, and the blast a .
But all must end well and Jaiabusa2 is now on its way home.
Fax, Japan's space agency, announced on Twitter on Tuesday that the spacecraft was leaving the spacecraft. The couple have been hanging out together since the arrival of Jaabusa2 in mid-2018.
Hayabusa2 leaves no empty hands. The spacecraft landed on the asteroid and. Talk about a quality souvenir.
JAXA sent the Jayabusa 2 on its ambitious journey in 2014. The agency plans to release Jaiabusa2 with a specimen capsule in the Earth's atmosphere by the end of 2020 for renewal in Australia. The spacecraft will then launch an escape maneuver to remain in space.
If the specimen capsule appears as expected, scientists will study the material to find out how ancient Rigu was created and to gain new insights into the early solar system.
The mission of the Jaabusa2 has been a success so far. Now he just needs to reach his return.