Land­ing in the south­ern hemi­sphere

Land­ing in the south­ern hemi­sphere
Credit: ©JAXA, University of Tokyo & collaborators.

Landing in the southern hemisphere

The lo­ca­tion on the as­ter­oid, at about 315 de­grees east and 30 de­grees south, where MAS­COT will land and con­duct mea­sure­ments with four in­stru­ments, is cur­rent­ly still sim­ply called 'MA-9'.

The location on the asteroid, at about 315 degrees east and 30 degrees south, where MASCOT will land and conduct measurements with four instruments, is currently still simply called 'MA-9'.

More galleries

Cookies help us to provide our services. By using our website you agree that we can use cookies. Read more about our Privacy Policy and visit the following link: Privacy Policy

Main menu