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(AFP, Tampa, Foshan, 3rd) The "Osriris" (NASA) National Aircraft and Space Administration (NASA) was launched today after its launch more than two years ago. The ancient astreroid Set (Determine) to the samples of dust Turn back to Earth.
The report noted that NASA was the first to collect a sample of asteroid dust, and spent $ 800 million (approximately $ 24.6 billion) to build Ossex. The Ossés also lived up to expectations and flew to Sing at 12:10 on December 3 (1:10 am on the 4th, Taipei time).
According to NASA's live broadcast, the engineer Lockheed Martin Corp., after flying to Benus on the Ossés, announced: "We've arrived." He is in Litton, Colorado (Littleton colleagues at the Mission Management Center sailed loudly.
The asteroid of the solar system, Benu, is about 500 meters of diameter and has a small mountain size. Here are the smallest stars that have been surrounded by spacecraft. But for the planet, Benoco is a potential threat. The study noted that Benu could hit Earth in 2135, with a probability of 1/2700.
NASA chooses to Sing from around 500,000 asteroids in the solar system, as the Benu orbit is similar to the Earth's orbit around the Sun, and its size is suitable for scientific research. In addition, Benu is also one of the oldest asteroids of NASA. .
Scientists hope that the collected dust samples will reveal clues to the origin of the solar system and how to find valuable resources such as metals and water in asteroids.