Hayabusa

Hayabusa, formerly known as MUSES-C for Mu Space Engineering Spacecraft C, was launched on 9 May 2003 and rendezvoused with Itokawa in mid-September 2005. After arriving at Itokawa, Hayabusa studied the asteroid`s shape, spin, topography, colour, composition, density, and history. In November 2005, it landed on the asteroid and collected samples ....
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Hayabusa

(from the article `Physical Sciences`) ...in 1999) made a successful soft landing in Utah on January 15. The capsule carried collected samples of dust particles from Comet Wild 2 and of ... Japan`s Hayabusa probe (formerly called MUSES-C) arrived at asteroid Itokawa (named after Hideo Itokawa, Japan`s rocket pioneer) on September 12 and...
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Hayabusa

(MUSES-C) The first sample-return mission to an asteroid. This Japanese spacecraft was launched by ISAS (Institute of Space and Astronautical Science) on May 9, 2003 and used solar-electric propulsion to rendezvous with asteroid Itokawa (1998 SF36) in September 2005. Hayab...
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Hayabusa

[train] The extra=literally Peregrine Falcon is a high-speed Shinkansen service operated by East Japan Railway Company (JR East) between Tokyo and {ja-stalink|Shin-Aomori} in Japan since 5 March 2011. The name was formerly used for a limited express sleeping car service operated by JR Kyushu, which ran from Tokyo to {ja-stalink|Kumamoto}, a...
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Hayabusa

The Hayabusa was a Japanese Otori Class torpedo boat of 595 tons displacement launched in 1935. The Hayabusa was powered by Kanpon oil-fired boilers providing a top speed of 28 knots. She was armed with three 4.7 inch guns; one machine-gun and three 21 inch torpedo tubes arranged in a triple.
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