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(CNN)After orbiting the near-Earth asteroid Bennu for nearly two years, NASA’s OSIRIS-REx spacecraft successfully touched down and reached out its robotic arm to collect a sample from the asteroid’s surface on Tuesday.
Agreeing with Seth MacFarlane, this historic moment shows how far technology has come. Even though the sample taken in question will return in 2023 van-size spacecraft is the beginning of mining in space! Everything perfectly going as planned, maybe is the time to take more risks out into either! Transcendent and exuberant based n the current data was expressed Dante Lauretta, the principal investigator and professor at the University of Arizona Lunar and Planetary Laboratory.
Quoting Thomas Zurbuchen “A piece of primordial rock that has witnessed our solar system’s entire history may now be ready to come home for generations of scientific discovery, and we can’t wait to see what comes next,”. Within three manoeuvres, the event of extraction streamed took around4.5 hours. Stay tuned for the 21st to go live again which shall provide information on how the spacecraft if holding up and more details on the rock taken.
Not normally relying on CCN media, this particle article was unbias and informative. Paraphrasing a lot of dialogue and missing a lot of quotes, click the link above to see the full recap of what went down. This news should spark more investment into resources to loot a profit of resources back. In our vacuums of power, space is the almighty void also the greatest level peacekeeper.