Author Topic: LIVE: Hayabusa 2 et al.- H-2A/202 (F-26) Tanegashima - Dec. 3, 2014 (04:22UTC)  (Read 87764 times)

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Re: Hayabusa 2
« Reply #1 on: 08/05/2010 04:08 PM »
Today, Hayabusa-2 basically approved start the initial development phase next year.
I have summarized basic information following.

Schedule
 -Targeted Launch  2014
 -Arrived asteroid 1999JU3  Jun 2018
 -Departure     Dec.2019
 -Return to Earth  2020
 -After the mission complete spacecraft would be to Lagrange point.

Mass 600kg (Dry mass 500kg)
Launched H-IIA rocket

Enhanced point
  -Add the Reaction wheels 3 to 4 (Enhanced redundancy)
  -Add the Ka-band antenna
  -Science camera will be changed and enhanced.
  -Add the New explosive Impacter (mass 2kg)
     Dia 4m x depth 0.8m crater will be formed.
     2 sampling before impact.
     1 sampling after impact(Sampling from the impact crater).

Cost estimate
  -Spacecraft 14.8 billion Yen (For reference Hayabusa was 12.7 billion Yen)
 -Operational cost 1.6 billion Yen
 -Launch cost about 10 billion Yen(Not consider dual launch case)

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Re: Hayabusa 2
« Reply #2 on: 08/16/2010 12:27 PM »
Can Hayabusa-2's timeline be met?
www.yomiuri.co.jp/dy/national/T100812004389.htm
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Re: Hayabusa 2
« Reply #3 on: 08/29/2010 06:52 PM »
Japan to launch Hayabusa 2 probe in 2014.

The headquarters decided to move ahead with a fiscal 2014 launch timetable for the Hayabusa 2 -- the successor to the Hayabusa probe mission to a near Earth asteroid that concluded this year -- and moon research. In response to the space headquarters' decision, the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology has included a request for 3 billion yen for the development of the Hayabusa 2 in its requested budget appropriations estimate for fiscal 2011.

Source.
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Re: Hayabusa 2
« Reply #4 on: 01/25/2012 10:24 PM »
It is official.
In Jan.25 Hayabusa 2 is approved in development.

NEC Corp. Tapped To Build Another Asteroid-bound Hayabusa Probe
http://www.spacenews.com/civil/120125-nec-corp-tapped-build-another-asteroid-bound-hayabusa-probe.html

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Re: Hayabusa 2
« Reply #6 on: 02/05/2012 04:19 AM »
Ah, and it's targeting a C-type, that's good. If the sampling arm work better than the last one and can get some samples from just a cm under the surface, it will be a real steal.

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Re: Hayabusa 2
« Reply #7 on: 03/05/2012 01:38 PM »
Sorry if this is about Hayabusa 1, but it's too good to pass: an official LEGO Hayabusa! And get this:
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One detail that is included with the model was crucial to the Hayabusa mission's success. Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) project manager Junichiro Kawaguchi is included with the toy as a LEGO Minifigure. Clad in a blue pinstripe suit and yellow tie, the miniature Kawaguchi features two faces: an everything-is-going-well-with-the-mission happy face, as well as a more disturbed look for the high-tension moments that came during Hayabusa's mission.
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Re: Hayabusa 2
« Reply #8 on: 03/06/2012 12:20 AM »
Newest Hayabusa 2 configuration  8)
Changed to two HGA configuration.

SCI stands for Small Carry-on Impactor.

(MINERVA-IIB and MASCOT Lander, DCAM separation camera are still option.)

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Re: Hayabusa 2
« Reply #9 on: 03/06/2012 12:55 AM »
Newest Hayabusa 2 configuration  8)
Changed to two HGA configuration.

SCI stands for Small Carry-on Impactor.

(MINERVA-IIB and MASCOT Lander, DCAM separation camera are still option.)

Thank you!
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Re: Hayabusa 2
« Reply #10 on: 05/25/2012 04:12 PM »
« Last Edit: 05/25/2012 04:18 PM by bolun »

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Re: Hayabusa 2
« Reply #11 on: 05/25/2012 10:53 PM »
Japanese newspaper report manufacturing of the Hayabusa 2 is start.

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Re: Hayabusa 2
« Reply #12 on: 05/26/2012 07:54 PM »
Japanese newspaper report manufacturing of the Hayabusa 2 is start.

Awesome, thanks Fuji!
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Re: Hayabusa 2
« Reply #13 on: 07/25/2012 09:55 PM »
Hayabusa 2 will carry three small rovers. MASCOT from the German DLR, and MINERVA II-1 and II-2. Both are almost the same model used on Hayabusa. The operation of the impactor will be observed by deployable cameras, like the ones used on IKAROS.
There is some more information about planetary protection among other things.
http://science.nasa.gov/media/medialibrary/2012/05/04/Hayabusa-2_--_Hajime_Yano.pdf

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Re: Hayabusa 2
« Reply #14 on: 12/28/2012 12:36 PM »
JAXA gives sneak peek at new Hayabusa 2 asteroid probe
http://ajw.asahi.com/article/behind_news/social_affairs/AJ201212270026

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Hayabusa 2 will carry three small rovers. MASCOT from the German DLR, and MINERVA II-1 and II-2.
According to new information, rovers will be four (1 MASCOT and 3 MINERVA II).

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Re: Hayabusa 2
« Reply #15 on: 12/29/2012 05:43 AM »

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Re: Hayabusa 2
« Reply #16 on: 12/29/2012 07:03 AM »
I don't understand: is this the flight model or a structure model?

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Re: Hayabusa 2
« Reply #17 on: 12/29/2012 09:24 PM »
I don't understand: is this the flight model or a structure model?

Answer:
Flight model.

Good of  the Japanese to have completed the actual mission hardware so quickly; and to have integrated all or most of it. They'll be ready to launch
by 2014.

Considering the trauma, and diverted financial resources, caused by that  earthquake, this progress is remarkable, and will boost Japanese morale.
« Last Edit: 12/29/2012 09:25 PM by Moe Grills »

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Re: Hayabusa 2
« Reply #18 on: 01/02/2013 04:20 PM »
Good of  the Japanese to have completed the actual mission hardware so quickly; and to have integrated all or most of it. They'll be ready to launch
by 2014.

Did they have a lot of spare parts sitting around?

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Re: Hayabusa 2
« Reply #19 on: 01/04/2013 06:26 AM »
I don't understand: is this the flight model or a structure model?

Solar pannel and main structure is flight model.
But, payload and ion engines etc. are mass dummy.

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