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This 870m-wide asteroid was discovered in 1999 by the LINEAR project. 162173 Ryugu is classified as a near-earth (NEO), potentially hazardous (PHO) object, assumed to share its formation origin with the similar-shaped, more popular 101955 Bennu. In 2018, following a 4-year trip, Ryugu was visited by the JAXA-operated Hayabusa2 spacecraft, which studied it for about a year. The mission also collected samples from its surface, which are expected to return to Earth in December 2020.
Photogrammetry based on raw FIT datasets. Basic physics simulation cycle > accretion / destruction; Retopo + UV + 4K PBR textures.