OSIRIS-REx

OSIRIS-REx was launched September 8, 2016 on a mission to visit the asteroid Bennu. It will arrive at Bennu in August 2018. Part of it’s mission is to capture a piece of the asteroid and return it to Earth. The mission is being run by the University of Arizona’s Lunar and Planetary Laboratory, in Tucson, AZ.

OSIRIS-REx, courtesy of NASA/Goddard

OSIRIS-REx, courtesy of NASA/Goddard

But where is this vehicle? The current location is 0 miles (0 km, 0 AU) from Earth, moving toward Earth at a speed of 0 mi/h (0 km/h, 0 km/s).

OSIRIS-REx is 0 miles (0 km, 0 AU) from Mars, moving toward the planet at a speed of 0 mi/h (0 km/h, 0 km/s).

The spacecraft is 0 miles (0 km, 0 AU) from Bennu, moving toward the asteroid at a speed of 0 mi/h (0 km/h, 0 km/s).

The spacecraft is 0 miles (0 km, 0 AU) from the Sun, moving toward the star at a speed of 0 mi/h (0 km/h, 0 km/s).

The probe is 0 miles (0 km, 0 AU) from the Tesla Roadster, moving toward the car at a speed of 0 mi/h (0 km/h, 0 km/s).

It has been 0 since launch.




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