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The nerve center of asteroid detection in our Solar System
Near-Earth Asteroid Flyby
Asteroid 2015 HG182 was first observed by Mt. Lemmon Survey on 2015-04-16
It flew by Earth harmlessly on 2018-10-11 at 07:10 UTC at 4.2 times the distance to the Moon, at a speed (relative to the Earth) of 18.3 km/s. It is estimated to be 3 - 10 meters in size. More Details
Numerous boulders, many rocks, no dust: MASCOT's zigzag course across the asteroid Ryugu
Source: phys.org -- Six minutes of free fall, a gentle impact on the asteroid and then 11 minutes of rebounding until coming to rest. That is how, in the early hours of 3 October 2018, the journey of the MASCOT asteroid lander began on Asteroid Ryugu – a land full of wonder, mystery and challenges. Read More