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Japan Hayabusa2 spacecraft approaches Earth to drop asteroid samples (16)
December 4, 2020 (Mainichi Japan) This computer graphics image released by the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) shows the Hayabusa2 spacecraft above the asteroid Ryugu. (ISAS/JAXA via AP, File) TOKYO (AP) - Japanese space agency officials said Friday the Hayabusa2 spacecraft is on its intended trajectory as it approaches Earth to deliver a capsule containing samples from a distant asteroid that could provide
Japanese spacecraft approaches Earth to drop asteroid samples (18)
AP Tokyo, December 04, 2020 18:44 IST Updated: December 04, 2020 18:48 IST Japanese space agency officials said on Friday the Hayabusa2 spacecraft is on its intended trajectory as it approaches Earth to deliver a capsule containing samples from a distant asteroid that could provide clues to the origin of the solar system and life on Earth. The spacecraft left the asteroid Ryugu, about 300 million kilometers (180
SA vs ENG: 1st ODI postponed after Proteas player tests COVID-19 positive (14)
ANI | Updated: Dec 04, 2020 15:53 IST Cape Town [South Africa], December 4 (ANI): The first ODI of the three- match series between South Africa and England has been postponed after a home team player tested positive for coronavirus. The first 50-over game was scheduled to be played at Newlands later on Friday.
Justin Langer blows up over 'cagey' Indian concussion substitute tactic (23)
The cricket world has smelled a rat after India appeared to pull a "cagey" fast one on Australia - leaving coach Justin Langer seething. Tyson Otto tottodtsport news.com.au December 4, 202011:03pm Video Image Concussion substitute rule exploited? Cricket: Australian coach Justin Langer was seemingly unhappy after India used the concussion substitute to bring Yuzvendra Chahal into the game after Ravindra Jadeja suffered an injury.
Mining giant Glencore lays out climate plan as CEO retires (6)
Mining giant Glencore says it aims to stop adding greenhouse gas emissions to the atmosphere by 2050 ByThe Associated Press December 4, 2020, 3:50 PM BERLIN - Mining giant Glencore said Friday that it aims to stop adding greenhouse gas emissions to the atmosphere by 2050. The Anglo-Swiss company, which is one of the world's biggest miners of coal, said it plans to cut emissions from all parts of its business by 40%
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