Watch: NASA releases images of probe touching down asteroid Bennu

Watch: NASA releases images of probe touching down asteroid Bennu 1

 

NASA has released images of its OSIRIS-Rex spacecraft collecting a sample of dust on an asteroid, more than 321 million km away from Earth.

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17 Comments on "Watch: NASA releases images of probe touching down asteroid Bennu"

  1. Marlene Eisnor | October 22, 2020 at 12:22 PM | Reply

    Who believes this is true?

  2. a cheap HO on Dope has more credibility than these guys

  3. 377 million kilometers away and they’re off by a meter… get it together NASA!

  4. There is population who haven’t got a clue of what science is capable of doing. At one time TB, polio, small pox, typhoid, and other organisms were fatal to humans. Now they are almost entirely gone.

    But there are those who would rather believe in unsubstantiated conspiracy theories than in the truth. No wonder there is a Reality TV (oxymoron) president.

  5. Can we even get to the moon in 2020 though ?

  6. Nice animations but what is the return trip fuel source? No corrections will be required? sling shot back? Vague Nasa never a straight answer like Orion team admitting the Van Allen belt has to be studied before heading back to the moon.

  7. Come on seriously…hahah

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