Images taken in "Hayabusa2 Project"
Asteroid Ryugu was observed by VLT successfully
Hayabusa2 has detected Ryugu!
Hayabusa2's Star Tracker has successfully imaged Ryugu!
Ryugu photographed using the ONC-T.
Ryugu seen from a distance of 2600km
Ryugu seen from a distance of 1500km
Ryugu seen from a distance of 920km
Ryugu seen from 330-240km
Ryugu seen from a distance of 220-100km
Asteroid Ryugu seen from a distance of around 40km
The view of Ryugu from the home position
Imaging Ryugu from an altitude of 6km
A stereoscopic image of Ryugu at high resolution
Ryugu at an altitude of 1 km
Boulders on the surface of asteroid Ryugu
Ryugu surface imaged at highest resolution so far
Image of Ryugu captured by the ONC-T at an altitude of about 64m at highest resolution so far
Touchdown candidate sites
Image from just after touchdown
2nd touchdown image bulletin ①
2nd touchdown image bulletin②
4 seconds before touchdown
The moment of touchdown
4 seconds after touchdown
Image taken immediately after separation from the spacecraft by Rover-1A
Image captured while moving (during a hop) on the surface of Ryugu by Rover-1A
Surface image taken from Rover-1A
MINERVA-II1 successfully captured the shadow of its own antenna and pin.
Image taken immediately after separation by Rover-1B
Image captured just before hop of Rover-1B
Surface image from Rover-1B after landing