Tag: Sample

Black sand-like substance found in the airtight cabin of Japan’s Hayabusa 2 (photo)

China News Service, December 15th. According to Kyodo News Agency, Japan’s Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) announced on the 14th local time that it has confirmed that the probe Hayabusa 2 has been returned to the sealed cabin on Earth. There is a black sand-like sample. This may be a rock fragment collected on the asteroid “Dragon Palace”, which will be further analyzed.

2020-12-15

Hundreds of people in India suffer from mysterious disease

Source:Associated Press Overseas Network, December 11th. Hundreds of people in the Indian state of Andhra Pradesh have contracted a mysterious disease. Local health officials said it may be because they drank water containing excessive bleach and chlorine. According to the British”Daily Star” report on the 10th, more than 550 local people have become ill due to this, which triggered a large-scale investigation.

2020-12-11

Chang’e-5 probe has entered the lunar surface takeoff preparations

CCTV News:The reporter learned from the National Space Administration that at 10 o’clock last night, the lunar exploration project Chang’e-5 probe successfully completed the lunar surface sampling, and the sample has been packaged and stored in the storage device carried by the ascender in a predetermined form.

2020-12-04

Can the soil dug from a depth of 2 meters on the moon guarantee the original flavor of each layer?

At 22:00 on December 2, after about 19 hours of lunar surface work, the lunar exploration project Chang’e-5 probe successfully completed the automatic sampling of the lunar surface, and the samples were packaged and stored in the storage device carried by the ascender in a predetermined form. What kind of”artifacts” did the Chang’e 5 successfully excavate? Can the soil captured from a depth of 2 meters on the moon guarantee the original flavor of each layer?

2020-12-04

Digging is complete, ready to go home

The reporter learned from the National Space Administration that at 22:00 on December 2, after about 19 hours of lunar surface work, the Chang’e-5 probe successfully completed automatic sampling of the lunar surface, and the samples were packaged and stored in the storage device carried by the ascender in a predetermined form. in.

2020-12-03