Japanese space agency JAXA's Space Mission Hayabusa 2 has recently successfully deployed explosives on Astrox (Asteroids) Raigu. The objective of dropping explosives is to create a crater on asteroids and collect the debris and find out the secrets of building the earth.
The Japanese Space Agency released information that the Crater Mission was the riskiest for Hayabusa 2 because it had to go away immediately after the explosion so that it could not get into the grip of the blasting wreck.
Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency JAXA said that Hayabusa 2 dropped a small "carry-on effect" made of copper on the asteroid.
According to the information received, the space shuttle was safely out and he continued smooth operation. JAXA is analyzing the data to check how fast the effect was.
A copper explosive was of a baseball that weighs about 2 kilograms (4.4 pounds).
During collision of a copper plate on its bottom was to hit the asteroids at a speed of 2 kilometers (1.2 miles) per second.
Scientists hope that samples from asteroids will be important for determining the history of our planet.
Previously NASA had tried the same in the year 2005, but she could not succeed in collecting samples. Mission Hayabusa-2
Japan's Hayabusa-2 spacecraft reached Astrox (Asteroids) Raigu, located 30 million kilometers away from Earth after a three and a half year journey. The Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency launched this campaign in December 2014 to collect samples from the origin of life from Raigu.
Scientists believe that the Astronomic Solar System was formed in the early period of evolution. On the basis of Raigad, the essential elements needed for the production of organic matter, water and life can be available only in heavy quantities. Large fridge-sized solar panels have been installed on this vehicle. The aim of this mission is to create a crater on asteroid or asteroid and collect samples from there and return to Earth by the end of 2020.