Japanese Asteroid Probe Tests Ion Engine for Journey Home to Earth


A recent test of the ion engine that powers Japan's Hayabusa2 spacecraft went well, clearing the hardware for full-on operations soon, mission team members announced late last week. (Space.com) More More

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