This is an exciting accomplishment for Japan and JAXA, who partners with NASA on several projects, including the ISS.
“Japan’s intrepid, hopping asteroid rovers have sent back footage and high-resolution imagery of the surface of the celestial body they have been exploring, according to tweets from Japan’s space agency.”
— Read on edition-m.cnn.com/2018/09/28/asia/japan-hayabusa-rovers-first-video-intl/index.html
The end of the month is coming!
Sept 30 is next week. Let’s all get together at Norma’s at 6:00 PM, Sunday, near 15th street and Rt 75 in Plano, to discuss Space and Mars!
Opportunity looks like it is gone. It was an enormously successful mission that lasted way beyond expectations.
I’d like to run down the results from the National Mars Society Conference. It was a great conference, and a lot of exciting things are happening! We saw great talks ranging from practical, near term small scale nuclear power for space settlements, to Mars oriented space suit designs, SpaceX’s latest plans for BFR and Mars, and the exciting opportunities that brings us in the Mars Society. There was much more, and I wish we all could have shared it together.
See you Sunday!