The Ryugu asteroid, which threatened the Earth, was successfully destroyed by the Japanese mission to save the Hayabus 2 probe. According to unverified data, the task was carried out to save the planet secretly, since the authorities do not they mentioned the threat.
As previously reported versiya.info, the Japanese space probe Hayabusa 2 successfully fought a 500-meter asteroid a few hundred million kilometers from Earth. According to unofficial data, the trajectory of the asteroid intersected with the Earth's orbit, which threatened to turn into a global catastrophe already in the summer, when Ryugu reached Earth.
The passion of the Hollywood blockbuster "Armageddon" with Bruce Willis broke out in the far outer space. Obviously, wanting to strengthen the status of world technical leader, Japan sent its space probe with a disruptive charge to destroy the asteroid as was shown in the film.
A few days ago, Hayabusa approached the trajectory of an asteroid and immediately launched a mission to save the Earth. The first explosive charge was lowered to the surface and detonated, forming a crater in a 500-meter space block.
The publication versiya.info then sounded the alarm prematurely, finding that the mission would end there. As it turned out, everything has just begun.
The mobile module, lowered to the surface, threw another charge into the more powerful crater.
According to the federal publication "Capital of the country", the asteroid was literally blown up. Although it is possible, journalists have somehow embellished the events and the explosion has simply pushed the cosmic lump from the road to the Earth.
Taking this opportunity, we turned to a Siberian ufologist, who observed the Japanese rescue mission for a long time:
"The issue was not limited to two explosions. The Japanese are well aware that an explosion on the surface will not cause actual damage, the maximum will move the asteroid from the trajectory. For the complete effect it is necessary to drill a well in the crater and load the charge already there. Obviously, the mobile module, which placed the second charge on the surface, was doing just that. "
It is known that 20 years have passed since the release of the film, during which terrestrial technologies have evolved so much as to allow these operations to be performed remotely using robotics.
In any case, we continue to monitor developments and inform you of further details of the space rescue mission.