NASA confirms successful asteroid sample collection


Mission to collect asteroid samples was so successful too many space particles were swept up more from our Jennifer King, a NASA spacecraft that sucked up rubble from the surface of an asteroid on Tuesday, grab so much material that the sample container on the end of the robot arm got stuck open and particles are drifting away in space. Oh, Cyrus Rex is NASA's first asteroid sample return mission. The plan is to bring back carbon rich material that could help scientists better understand how the planets were formed and how life originated on Earth. Spacecrafts due to leave the vicinity of the asteroid in March and returned to Earth in 2023.

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