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Overstuffed Nasa spacecraft Osiris-Rex losing particles after bingeing on Bennu

WorldNews Saturday, 24 October 2020
Overstuffed Nasa spacecraft Osiris-Rex losing particles after bingeing on BennuAfter an asteroid encounter, scientists scrambled to minimize the loss of space rocks as the craft belched rubble A Nasa spacecraft is stuffed with so much asteroid rubble from this week’s grab that it’s jammed open and precious particles are drifting away in space, scientists said on Friday....
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OSIRIS-REx OSIRIS-REx 2016–2023 NASA robotic space mission

Nasa to collect asteroid sample for first time [Video]

Nasa to collect asteroid sample for first time

A Nasa spacecraft circling an ancient asteroid 200 million miles away is aboutto reach out and make contact. The Osiris-Rex spacecraft will attempt todescend to the boulder-packed surface of asteroid Bennu on Tuesday and snatcha handful of rubble.

Credit: PA - Press Association STUDIO    Duration: 00:42Published

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101955 Bennu 101955 Bennu Second most hazardous near-Earth asteroid

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