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  4. Mascot prepared from the ground

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    August 30, 2018

    Between 6 and 14 July, the CNES and DLR teams worked on the Mascot instrument preparation from the Mascot control centre at the DLR in Cologne.

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  5. Hayabusa2/MASCOT- mission MASCOT lands successfully on Ryugu

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    October 3, 2018

    After its release from Hayabusa2 today just before 04:00 and a short free-fall descent at an estimated speed of 15 cm/s, MASCOT (Mobile Asteroid surface SCOuT) successfully landed at the MA-9 site in the southern hemisphere of asteroid Ryugu, after bouncing several times on the particularly inhospitable surface that is strewn with rocks (according to pictures taken by Hayabusa2’s camera from an altitude of 6 kilometres) and where temperatures are not yet known.

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  6. Hayabusa2/MASCOT mission: MASCOT lander successfully released

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    October 3, 2018

    Tuesday 2 October, the Hayabusa2 probe descended from its reference orbit 20 kilometres above asteroid Ryugu to position itself just 55 metres from the surface.

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  7. Intense sequence for CNES, DLR and JAXA- Hayabusa2 and MASCOT arrive at asteroid Ryugu

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    June 27, 2018

    The Japanese Hayabusa2 space probe has reached the end of its 3.2-billion-kilometre journey with its passenger, the French-German MASCOT (Mobile Asteroid Surface Scout) lander. Launched in 2014, Hayabusa2 has completed three orbits of the Sun in four years, after which it began a few weeks ago its very slow approach to its final destination. Since today, Hayabusa2 is now escorting Ryugu at a close distance of some 20 kilometres, collecting images and data from this celestial object that spins on itself in a little more than seven and a half hours. MASCOT is scheduled to land on the asteroid in early October.

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  8. Mascot préparé depuis le sol

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    July 20, 2018

    Depuis le centre de contrôle Mascot au DLR à Cologne, les équipes du CNES et du DLR ont travaillé sur la préparation de l'instrument Mascot entre le 6 et le 14 juillet.

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  10. MA-9: MASCOT’s landing site on asteroid Ryugu

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    August 23, 2018

    The Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) announced today near Tokyo the three landing sites selected for the Hayabusa2 mission, whose small French-German MASCOT surface scout will land in the southern hemisphere of asteroid Ryugu on 3 October.

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  11. The Hayabusa2 probe arrived around Ryugu

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    June 27, 2018

    After 3.5 years of travel, the Japanese mission arrived 20 km from the asteroid Ryugu. CNES is taking part in the adventure with the little robot Mascot who will analyse its surface: explanations on this success and conversation with Francis Rocard, programme manager of the solar system exploration at CNES.

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  12. Choosing landing site for MASCOT proves “a real challenge”

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    August 14, 2018

    At CNES in Toulouse, the scientists and engineers working on the Hayabusa2/MASCOT mission have finished identifying and ranking 10 possible landing sites for MASCOT on Ryugu. No easy task…

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  13. MASCOT – Pour la science

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    August 22, 2018

    Mascot se posera en octobre sur MA-9, une zone de l’astéroïde Ryugu. Un petit coin de paradis pour les scientifiques ! Le petit engin spatial, développé par les agences spatiales française et allemande, y mènera en effet plusieurs expériences à plus de 300 000 millions de km de la Terre.

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  15. La sonde Hayabusa2 est arrivée autour de Ryugu

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    June 27, 2018

    Après 3 ans et demi de voyage, la mission japonaise est arrivée à 20 km de l’astéroïde Ryugu. Le CNES participe à l’aventure avec le petit robot Mascot qui y analysera la surface. Explications sur ce succès et échanges avec Francis Rocard, responsable du programme d’exploration du système solaire au CNES.

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  16. Séquence intense pour le CNES, le DLR, la JAXA- Hayabusa2 et Mascot voyagent enfin de concert avec l’astéroïde Ryugu

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    June 27, 2018

    La sonde spatiale japonaise Hayabusa2 vient d’achever un voyage de 3,2 milliards de kilomètres avec, à son bord, l'atterrisseur franco-allemand MASCOT (Mobile Asteroid Surface Scout). Lancée en 2014, Hayabusa2 a fait trois tours autour du Soleil en quatre années et il aura fallu encore plusieurs semaines lors d’une phase d’approche très lente jusqu’à sa destination finale. Depuis le 27 juin, Hayabusa2 voyage maintenant aux côtés de Ryugu à une distance d’environ 20 kilomètres, collectant des images et des données du corps céleste qui tourne sur son axe en un peu plus de 7 heures et demie. MASCOT devrait atterrir sur l'astéroïde début octobre.

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  18. Hayabusa 2 mission goes towards... Ryugu asteroid

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    October 6, 2015

    Don't call it 1999 JU3 anymore. It's official, the asteroid targeted by Hayabusa 2 mission is now named Ryugu.

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  19. Instruments

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    September 28, 2018

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  20. Mascot Lander

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    September 28, 2018

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