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Advanced robotic system of hopping rovers for small solar system bodies

@inproceedings{Yoshimitsu2012AdvancedRS,
  title={Advanced robotic system of hopping rovers for small solar system bodies},
  author={T. Yoshimitsu and T. Kubota and T. Adachi and Y. Kuroda},
  year={2012}
}
  • T. Yoshimitsu, T. Kubota, +1 author Y. Kuroda
  • Published 2012
  • Physics
  • Japan has announced the official development of “Hayabusa-2”, the second sample return mission to a Near-Earth asteroid. When the development is made smoothly, Hayabusa-2 will be launched in 2014. The predecessor spacecraft “Hayabusa” made a great success when it returned to the Earth in June 2010 with a capsule containing some particles obtained from S-type asteroid “Itokawa.” The authors installed a tiny hopping rover called “MINERVA” into Hayabusa spacecraft. With this experience, the… CONTINUE READING
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