Japan's Hayabusa2 asteroid sample-return capsule cleared for landing in Australia | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Japan's Hayabusa2 asteroid sample-return capsule cleared for landing in Australia

Japan's asteroid-sampling mission is officially clear to return its precious cargo to Australia in December, according to statements from both countries' governments.

The Hayabusa2 spacecraft is trekking back to Earth with a sample capsule full of material snagged from a near-Earth asteroid called Ryugu. The Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA), which runs the mission, has long planned to deposit that capsule in the vast desert of Australia, but the new announcement marks that country's official approval of the plan.

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NobodysaysBOO

Honerable Japanese please tell the world what you found !
Dont do the DISSHONERABLE things like the nasa freeks and keep it all secret in hopes of money and such.
Never listen to western nonsense HONOR is Honorable! Thievs and liars are NOT!
Even the site with this wonderful first for humanity event,story is a cheap dishonerable source with NO COMMENTS allowed!

BRILIANT Japanese

NobodysaysBOO

Honerable Japanese please tell the world what you found !
Dont do the DISSHONERABLE things like the nasa freeks and keep it all secret in hopes of money and such.
Never listen to western nonsense HONOR is Honorable! Thievs and liars are NOT!
Even the site with this wonderful first for humanity event,story is a cheap dishonerable source with NO COMMENTS allowed!

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