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A brief history of Hayabusa

Posted by Emily Lakdawalla

08-06-2010 21:17 CDT

Topics: Hayabusa (MUSES-C), mission status

For those of you who found my Hayabusa mission recap too long, here's a graphical version of the history of the Hayabusa mission. In a week I'll know where exactly to draw that last line segment. Enjoy!

The story of Hayabusa in graph form

© Emily Lakdawalla, The Planetary Society

The story of Hayabusa in graph form
A brief history of the Hayabusa mission, in graphical format.
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