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Hayabusa2 spacecraft starts yearlong journey home from asteroid

Sydney Morning Herald Thursday, 14 November 2019 ()
The Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency said the Hayabusa2 spacecraft left its orbit around the asteroid Ryugu, about 300 million kilometers from Earth.
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