Hayabusa2 Related Links
The University of Aizu
・Let's launch space software from The UoA!
・Aizu Research Cluster for Space Science (ARC-Space)
・Institute of Space and Astronautical Science Institute(ISAS) Asteroid Explorer "Hayabusa2"
・JAXA Hayabusa2 Project
・"Hayabusa2" Mission Schedule (Provisional)
・Institute Asteroid explorer "Hayabusa2" JAXA Twitter account
・"haya2kun" JAXA Twitter Account
・JAXA(Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency)Facebook page
・"Hayabusa2 Fact Sheet" (Just after arriving at the asteroid Ryugu)
・Current Status of "Hayabusa2" Operations around Ryugu
・DEEP SPACE NETWORK NOW
・Asteroid Ryugu Infomation(JPL Small-Body DB)
The University of Tokyo
・Scientific explanation of Hayabusa2 images
Astro Arts, Inc.
Summary of the History between Hayabusa2 and the University of Aizu
・UoA Researchers Involved in the Hyabusa2 Project
・Instruments developed/Manufactured by the UoA Reseachers and Companies in Fukushima
Hayabusa2 and the University of Aizu Topics
March 07,2019 NEW ★ Real time delivery from this operation has been finished★ Navigation Images from the DO-S01 operation
March 07,2019 NEW The Descent Observation (DO-S01)
March 05,2019 NEW "Hayabusa2" CAM-H has successfully Imaged during the touchdown * JAXA web release
February 21,2019 TD1-L08E1 operation schedule
February 21,2019 Real time delivery from this operation has been finished.Thanak you for watching!
February 21,2019 The touchdown site
February 20,2019 Images from the BOX-B operation in January 2019
The deployment was captured with the optical navigation camera ONC, which was developed and operated in part by UoA professor C.Honda.
February 18,2019 Shooting bullets into Ryugu!
February 01,2019 Correction to the name of the MINERVA-Ⅱ1 landing site.
January 16,2019 Mission Manager Yoshikawa selected for "Nature's 10" in 2018
January 23,2019 Our winners for the "Imagining Ryugu" competition
December 25,2018 Spacecraft orbit during solar conjunction
December 21,2018 Astrodynamics and the Gravity Measurement Descent Operation
December 13,2018 Naming our MINERVA-Ⅱ1 rovers