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CAPSULE WITH ASTEROID SAMPLES ARRIVES IN JAPAN FOR RESEARCH

Japanese space agency officials were delighted by the return of a small capsule containing asteroid soil samples obtained by their Hayabusa2 spacecraft and were anxiously waiting to look inside after preparations are complete.

Hayabusa2 dropped the capsule from space and it landed as planned in the Australian Outback over the weekend. It arrived in

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