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Michael BroemmerMay. 17, 2018 06:23Reply

Hayabusa - 2 with Lander Mascot sets for the final sprint. All the best for the last 50000 km and a good arrival at the finish - asteroids Ryugu wish Michael and his friends from Germany !

Pietro MaioranaApr. 8, 2018 06:19Reply

Che scoperte, che avventure ci aspettano con Hayabusa2!!
Oltre i cieli dell’avventura viaggia senza paura, come un raggio che ha il coraggio di lasciare il sole dietro se,
per una missione eccezionale sulle strade della scienza.
Tu sai chi vedrai laggiù, più in là del cielo blu, vai e non fermarti mai finché non troverai.
Allacciamo le cinture, viaggiando s'impara!!

AnatoleJun. 25, 2016 21:18Reply

Meilleurs voeux pour un voyage réussi! De vos partisans au Canada.

Vincent.Mar. 15, 2016 09:56Reply

Bravo et merci !

zynqf6reply for Vincent.Mar. 18, 2016 12:38Reply


Drago DragovicMar. 2, 2016 15:51Reply

Good Luck for brave robot! I'm Drago Dragovic, engineer from Serbia. I couldn't wait next news. I feel if the robot is healthy success is guaranteed. GO JAXA!

Na, Sangoh (나상오)Feb. 21, 2016 08:51Reply

하야부사2 의 성공적 도착과 크나큰 과학 정보를 기대합니다 !
Hayabusa2's so nearest fly-by of the Earth is one of the best beautiful journey ! Best wishes from Seoul.
(Although I'm not an astronomist nor a physicist, I sometimes dream to land on Ryugu asteroid with Hayabusa II. I'm a pediatrician, that's why I dream like a baby?)

MichaelJan. 14, 2016 19:55Reply

Russian scientists wish you good luck, guys!

We hope ion engines will not fail this time!

Bryan & JasonDec. 5, 2015 11:26Reply

Love your fly-by of the Earth!! Good luck Hayabusa2!!
Best wishes from Virginia, USA

JerryP75Dec. 4, 2015 07:49Reply

Wishing you all great success on your journey! Hyabusa 2 and the JAEA team.

Elyasaf KosmanDec. 4, 2015 04:51Reply

Good Job Hayabusa 2 and JAXA! this is an awesome and exciting mission you are doing, and I wish you all the luck and success.

shalom and greetings from Israel,


Joaquim SilvaDec. 4, 2015 03:50Reply

Boa Sorte, que este projecto nos traga informações valiosas em prol do futuro da humanidade.

Azoia - Leiria - Portugal

PozzoDec. 4, 2015 03:22Reply

Best of luck to Hayabusa. Hope JAXA becomes a key player in an international consortium of manned space exploration sometimes in the future

joebroDec. 3, 2015 22:51Reply


Tim S. NEPADec. 3, 2015 22:44Reply

May the Force be with you!!! Use the force Hayabusa2!!! :);)L)
Good luck and prayers for a successful mission!!! @--(@)--@
Turn off the cameras and use your third eye. All will be revealed.

Fernando DevechiDec. 3, 2015 22:39Reply

Good Luck, I wish the best for hayabusa2 and JAXA

Following from Brazil

Leon and pappaDec. 3, 2015 20:16Reply

Ganbare Hayabusa ! Good luck !
<3 from Tokyo

Karthik.A ( 3, 2015 15:48Reply

welcome to your home hayabusa2 waiting all the best for jaxa

Oscar Alfredo Castillo TelloDec. 3, 2015 15:00Reply

Felicitaciones,,, gran expedición para explorar y explicarnos los misterios del espacio.Jaxa no hito gambatte kudasai!!!
Omedeto gozamos!!!

Divyadarshan PurohitDec. 3, 2015 14:26Reply

We, friends from India wishes you the grand success of the spacecraft.We are sure it will help to open the door of asteroid vision.It will also help to understand us the solar system more deeply.

Divyadarshan D.Purohit
Gurudev Observatory,

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;ovoi stoicescuDec. 3, 2015 13:39Reply

best of luck on gravity assist from constanta romania

Mark LammasDec. 3, 2015 10:03Reply

Best of luck! Bring me back a bit of Ryugu rock, and take some more of those fantastic Earth photos!

ILikeCatsAlotDec. 3, 2015 07:20Reply

What a great photo of Earth! Best of luck on the gravity assist. From Oxford, England

AnonymousDec. 3, 2015 05:32Reply

Hi their guys. This is Andre from Jeffreys Bay in South Africa.When i was a young guy I always thought about space as an unreachable mysterious place.You guys are in the process of changing that thoughts of mine as a young guy about space to something that is within the reach of us as earthly humans and a place of emense interest,
Thanks for your emense effort and I shall be following your progress with great interest.

Jaume CodinaDec. 3, 2015 04:53Reply

amazing, good luck. It's a great mission. Bona sort!.

Country MikeDec. 3, 2015 03:40Reply

Fly high little dude! Bring me back some of that tasty space rock. You can land in my back yard if you need a place to park.

Donn AversDec. 3, 2015 03:14Reply

Good luck to all on the 3rd.

Marco T., from ItalyDec. 3, 2015 02:13Reply

Best of luck to Hayabusa2 and the experts at JAXA for a successful launch and swing-by maneuver. Everything's going to go great!

Robert ClayDec. 2, 2015 04:03Reply

Best of luck on the manoeuvre and really incredible mission. Will be following progress over the next few years. :-)

MichaelDec. 2, 2015 02:32Reply

i wish you great success, this is an exciting mission!

nathan wayne goebelDec. 2, 2015 00:42Reply

Rock on and bring some of it back LOL ! good luck/ cool

rival rebelDec. 1, 2015 20:52Reply

have a safe trip bring home the bacon

DominiqueDec. 1, 2015 03:40Reply

Thank you for sharing this fantastic journey. We are on your wings. Let us dream. Good luck !
From Grenoble, France

MASCOT Team DLRDec. 1, 2015 03:11Reply

Never again will our Mascot be so close to us. We will stand-by, look up and will give a wave in farewell. Take on your journey, sit tight and be patient. Your big moment will come!

AnonymousDec. 1, 2015 02:24Reply

Fly on Hayabusa 2! Best wishes from Europe.
And I am sure Rosetta and Philae will wave at you on your journey's last hop.
(another Michael from Germany)

Richard FredrickNov. 30, 2015 03:28Reply

Time on the web page is presented as 2015/12/03 19:07 JST which is 2015/12/03 10:07 UTC.

KotaNov. 28, 2015 13:43Reply


Michael BroemmerNov. 27, 2015 17:18Reply

All good wishes for the Swing - by manoeuvre on the 3rd December. It will bring Hayabusa-2 with his Lander Mascot and both Minerva on the exact way to the Ryugu asteroid. My name and my message accompany this impressive mission. I wish a lot of success for Hayabusa-2 and JAXA , greets Michael from Germany.

Jonathan Bernstein reply for Michael BroemmerNov. 30, 2015 03:54Reply

Hayabusa2, you had me at Asteroid Explorer!

keesNov. 13, 2015 03:57Reply

I love the great mission of Hayabusa 2!
Stop whaling would also be great.

Jean-Baptistereply for keesNov. 21, 2015 11:11Reply

Hayabusa, fais-nous espérer en l'intelligence humaine, loin de la bêtise morbide et de la cruauté ! Emporte les rêves de ceux qui sont partis! Fraternité from Paris.

UlrichNov. 12, 2015 06:22Reply

Die Gedanken werden bei Dir sein, Hayabusa 2, im Dezember 2015.
Ich drücke Dir die Daumen !!

VinzeNov. 9, 2015 11:46Reply

Don't stop exploring space, Hayabusa-kun.

Danyel KocaNov. 8, 2015 04:36Reply

Another great expedition to explore space's mysteries! Good Luck Hayabusa2!!
Good Job JAXA, Ganbatte!
Greetings from Turkey

Yuichi TaguchiNov. 7, 2015 08:46Reply


Robert McDonaldNov. 6, 2015 07:00Reply

Let your aim be true, Hayabusa2! Ryugu awaits for you! Good luck Hayabusa2 and JAXA.

Andrew RennieDec. 19, 2014 10:05Reply

Here's hoping that Hayabusa 2 does not suffer the trials and tribulations endured by Hayabusa. We look forward to welcoming the return capsule and its precious samples to Australia in due course.

Na, Sangoh. (나상오) Dec. 10, 2014 20:52Reply

Recently, in everyday night, I go to sleep hoping to dream "if I could fly with Hayabusa2.....". Sometimes it success.

Best luck and best results from Hayabusa2 !

하야부사의 멋진 성공을 간절히 바랍니다.

台灣隼迷reply for Na, Sangoh. (나상오) Dec. 12, 2014 01:06Reply


Yukari MoritaDec. 6, 2014 21:03Reply

God Speed Hayabusa-2 and I await your return with treasures of knowledge! Wish I was riding on you!

James Patrick HowardDec. 6, 2014 02:08Reply

Excellent Job JAXA And Union Country In This Work.

Martin HoeckDec. 5, 2014 05:31Reply

HAYABUSA2 Ganbatte aus Österreich!

MASCOT-OBC Team DSIDec. 5, 2014 05:04Reply

Congratulations on the successful launch and good luck for the mission.
Best wishes from the entire MASCOT-OBC team at DSI, Bremen, Germany.

Almaric LiamDec. 5, 2014 03:59Reply

Congrats for a successful launch! Lets continue taking humanity to a higher level!

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