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162173 1999 JU3
- Vilas, Faith (2008). "Spectral Characteristics of Hayabusa 2 Near-Earth Asteroid Targets 162173 1999 Ju3 and 2001 Qc34". The Astronomical Journal 135 (4): 1101. doi:10.1088/0004-6256/135/4/1101.
- Hasegawa, Sunao; Müller, Thomas G.; Kawakami, Kyoko; Kasuga, Toshihiro; Wada, Takehiko; Ita, Yoshifusa; Takato, Naruhisa; Terada, Hiroshi; Fujiyoshi, Takuya; Abe, Masanao. "Albedo, Size, and Surface Characteristics of Hayabusa-2 Sample-Return Target 162173 1999 JU3 from AKARI". Publications of the Astronomical Society of Japan 60 (SP2): S399–S405.
- Abe, Masanao; Kawakami, Kyoko; Hasegawa, Sunao; Kuroda, Daisuke; Yoshikawa, Makoto; Kasuga, Toshihiro; Kitazato, Kohei; Sarugaku, Yuki; Kinoshita, Daisuke; Miyasaka, Seidai; Urakawa, Seitaro; Okumura, Shinichirou; Takagi, Yasuhiko; Takato, Naruhisa; Fujiyoshi, Takuya; Terada, Hiroshi; Wada, Takehiko; Ita, Yoshifusa; Vilas, Faith; Weissman, Paul; Choi, Young-Jun; Larson, Steve; Bus, Schelte; Mueller, Thomas (13-20 July 2008). Ground-based observational campaign for asteroid 162173 1999 JU3. 37th COSPAR Scientific Assembly. Montréal, Canada. Check date values in:
- Campins, H.; Emery, J. P.; Kelley, M.; Fernández, Y.; Licandro, J.; Delbó, M.; Barucci, A.; Dotto, E. (2009). "Spitzer observations of spacecraft target 162173 (1999 JU3)". Astronomy and Astrophysics 503 (2): L17. doi:10.1051/0004-6361/200912374.
- GROUND-BASED OBSERVATIONAL CAMPAIGN FOR ASTEROID 162173 1999 JU3. Lunar and Planetary Science XXXIX. League City, Texas. March 10-14, 2008. p. 1594. Text " 39th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, (Lunar and Planetary Science XXXIX) " ignored (help); Text " 1391 " ignored (help); Check date values in:
- Vilas, Faith (2008). "SPECTRAL CHARACTERISTICS OF HAYABUSA 2 NEAR-EARTH ASTEROID TARGETS 162173 1999 JU3 AND 2001 QC34". The Astronomical Journal 135 (4): 1101. doi:10.1088/0004-6256/135/4/1101.
- "International Symposium Marco Polo and other Small Body Sample Return Missions".
- Baseline Design of a Mobile Asteroid Surface Scout (MASCOT) for the Hayabusa-2 mission
- BASELINE DESIGN OF A MOBILE ASTEROID SURFACE SCOUT (MASCOT) FOR THE HAYABUSA-2 MISSION
The statement "The explosion will form a copper penetrator hitting the asteroid with a velocity of 2 km/s" is unclear. Perhaps something like "The copper penetrator's velocity of 2 km/s will create an explosion due to the kinetic energy of its impact."? 184.108.40.206 (talk) 20:16, 8 December 2014 (UTC)daddyodel
Is it worth mentioning in the article that Hayabusa 2 was discovered as near-Earth asteroid 2014 XX39?
- Clarification question. The Hayabusa 2 probe was misidentified as a near-miss asteroid as it left Earth orbit, and was later identified as being the space probe? Maybe that would be more appropriate for a page on detecting Near Earth Objects rather than cluttering up information about the Hayabusa 2 mission.
- PoqVaUSA (talk) 16:08, 10 March 2015 (UTC)
- Actually, the 1999 JU3 asteroid for the Hayabusa 2 mission and the Itokawa (1998 SF36) asteroid for the original Hayabusa mission are both considered Potentially Hazardous Asteroids (PHAs).
- * http://neo.jpl.nasa.gov/orbits/
- So maybe there would be an interest on the Hayabusa 2 page for a comment about efforts to detect Near Earth Asteroids (NEAs) in general, and PHAs in particular, with a link to a page with more detail about the current state of the art.
- PoqVaUSA (talk) 16:31, 10 March 2015 (UTC)
- I'm not totally sold on the notability of this info- seems kind of like trivia, with little impact to the mission. But if there's a verifiable source per WP:V (i.e. not just a posting on a groups.yahoo.com forum), perhaps there's a way to include the info. I would stick to how this relates to Hayabusa 2, however. A general comment about detecting NEAs/PHAs belongs in a different article. Cheers! Skyraider1 (talk) 01:49, 11 March 2015 (UTC)