1. NASA Picks Candidate Landing Sites On Asteroid Bennu  Space Ref
  2. Forget asteroid PJ, BENNU is the COLLISION COURSE space rock NASA is REALLY worried about  Express.co.uk
  3. Asteroid Bennu Sample Site Finalists  NASA Goddard
  4. OSIRIS-REx team narrows search for landing site on asteroid  KGUN9
  5. NASA mission selects final four site candidates for asteroid sample return  Phys.org
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AS an asteroid the size of Big Ben is set to whizz by Earth, space agency NASA has its sites on another major space rock which could come crashing to Earth in the future.AS an asteroid the size of Big Ben is set to whizz by Earth, space agency NASA has its sites on another major space rock which could come crashing to Earth in the future.

Forget asteroid PJ, BENNU is the COLLISION COURSE space rock NASA is REALLY worried about | Science | News | Express.co.uk

The space agency has reached a crucial milestone in its pioneering space rock exploration mission.The space agency has reached a crucial milestone in its pioneering space rock exploration mission.

Nasa prepares to capture piece of 'apocalypse asteroid' Bennu and return it to Earth | Metro News

Asteroid Bennu is turning out to be a hazardous place for NASA's Osiris-REX: It has uneven, rugged terrain and occasionally even hurls rocks into space.Asteroid Bennu is turning out to be a hazardous place for NASA's Osiris-REX: It has uneven, rugged terrain and occasionally even hurls rocks into space.

Bumpy Road Ahead For NASA’s Osiris-REX - Sky & Telescope

NASA will announce new science results from its first-ever asteroid sample return mission in a live teleconference today (March 19) at 1:30 p.m. EDT (1730 GMT). Listen live here!

NASA to Unveil New Discoveries from Asteroid Bennu Today! Here's How to Listen Live. | Space

“NASA: After months of mapping asteroid Bennu’s rocky surface, our OSIRISREx team selected 4 potential spots for the 1st asteroid sample return. The candidates are called Nightingale, Kingfisher, Osprey & Sandpiper. What’s special about these sites? Find… https://t.co/bTJfpmxnFN”

Chad Franzen WSAW on Twitter: "NASA: After months of mapping asteroid Bennu’s rocky surface, our OSIRISREx team selected 4 potential spots for the 1st asteroid sample return. The candidates are called Nightingale, Kingfisher, Osprey & Sandpiper. What’s special about these sites? Find… https://t.co/bTJfpmxnFN"

NASA Picks Candidate Landing Sites On Asteroid Bennu - SpaceRef

After months grappling with the rugged reality of asteroid Bennu's surface, the team leading NASA's first asteroid sample return mission has selected four potential sites for the Origins, Spectral Interpretation, ...

NASA mission selects final four site candidates for asteroid sample return

OSIRIS-REx sample collection is scheduled for the latter half of 2020, and the spacecraft will return the asteroid samples to Earth on September 24, 2023.OSIRIS-REx sample collection is scheduled for the latter half of 2020, and the spacecraft will return the asteroid samples to Earth on September 24, 2023.

NASA pinpoints four landing spots where it will capture a piece of 'apocalypse asteroid' Bennu | Daily Mail Online

The process of naming of Bennu’s surface and features will start this summer after the OSIRIS-REx team begins a detailed reconnaissance on candidate sample sites. The process of naming of Bennu’s surface and features will start this summer after the OSIRIS-REx team begins a detailed reconnaissance on candidate sample sites.

NASA to Name Asteroid Bennu’s Features after Mythical Birds - News18

After grappling with the rugged reality of asteroid Bennu's surface, NASA, the US space agency, has finally selected four potential sites for its spacecraft to "tag" its cosmic dance partnerAfter grappling with the rugged reality of asteroid Bennu's surface, NASA, the US space agency, has finally selected four potential sites for its spacecraft to "tag" its cosmic dance partner

NASA mission picks 4 sites for asteroid Bennu sample return | OTV

After grappling with the rugged reality of asteroid Bennu's surface, NASA, the US space agency, has finally selected four potential sites for its spacecraft to "tag" its cosmic dance partnerAfter grappling with the rugged reality of asteroid Bennu's surface, NASA, the US space agency, has finally selected four potential sites for its spacecraft to "tag" its cosmic dance partner

NASA mission picks 4 sites for asteroid Bennu sample return | OTV