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NASA launch asteroid sampling detector to help understand the origin of the solar system at local time on September 8, 2016, Florida state of the United States Air Force base angle, launch OSIRIS-REx NASA NASA. This is NASA’s first ever asteroid sampling probe. Local time on September 8, 2016, at Florida in the United States Air Force base angle, launch OSIRIS-REx NASA NASA. This is NASA’s first ever asteroid sampling probe. OSIRIS-REx will travel to asteroid Benu, carrying out a sample return mission. (source: NASA) original title: NASA’s first launch asteroid sampling detector to help understand the origin of the solar system in the new network on 9 September, according to Central News Agency reports, local time on September 8, 2016, NASA launched the OSIRIS-REx detector (NASA). This is NASA’s first asteroid sample detector, its seven – year mission is to collect the asteroid dust, then the sample back to earth, to help people uncover the mystery of the origin of the solar system. The Explorer on the 8 evening local time, 19 hours 5 minutes from Florida to Cape Canaveral launch, attracted about 8000 people in the sunny sky, gathered to witness the atlas five rocket (Atlas V rocket) shine through the night. The $800 million mission is now officially set foot on the journey to the asteroid Benu (Bennu). The asteroid close to earth is about the size of a hill. The path Benu orbits near the earth around the sun, the size is also in line with the needs of scientific research, and is one of the oldest known asteroid NASA, which is about 500 thousand asteroids in the solar system which will be expanded, the task NASA pick. OSIRIS-REx what specific tasks will be performed? According to reports, is scheduled to arrive in August 2018 after months of berua, then it will scan the asteroid surface, photography and drawing the map "to pass the time". Next, by July 2020, OSIRIS-REx will stretch about 3.35 meters long, called TAGSAM robot, 5 seconds of contact with the surface of berua. In just 5 seconds, it will blow up and release nitrogen, rock and surface dust, and try to collect dust. According to reports, the main goal of OSIRIS-REx is to start collecting dust and debris from the surface of the sea in 2020, and returned to earth in 2023 to conduct further research. Editor: Chen Chen SN225相关的主题文章: