Asteroid Bennu

101955 Bennu (provisional designation 1999 RQ36) is a carbonaceous asteroid in the Apollo group discovered by the LINEAR Project on 11 September 1999.

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Dante Lauretta on Life After Asteroid Bennu and OSIRIS-REx

Beyond the Mission Goals: How NASA Surpassed Expectations With Asteroid Bennu

OSIRIS-REx’s Final Haul: 121.6 Grams from Asteroid Bennu

NASA’s OSIRIS-REx nabbed over 120 grams of space rocks from asteroid Bennu

The opened OSIRIS-REx spacecraft with the asteroid samples from the asteroid Bennu. [11648*8736]

OSIRIS-REx Returned Carbon and Water from Asteroid Bennu

Samples from asteroid Bennu contain the key ingredients of life

Sample Material from Asteroid Bennu Contains Carbon and Water, NASA Scientists Say

NASA’s first look at a sample from asteroid Bennu reveals life’s building blocks

Scientists believe that there is now a 1 in 2,700, or 0.037% chance, that asteroid Bennu could hit our planet by 2182.

OSIRIS-REx’s Overflowing Treasures: A Stellar Surprise From Asteroid Bennu

Samples from asteroid Bennu brought back to Earth by NASA's OSIRIS-REx

NASA's OSIRIS-REx capsule just landed with samples of asteroid Bennu. Next stop: Texas

NASA's OSIRIS-REx capsule returns to Earth with a sample from the 'potentially hazardous' asteroid Bennu

NASA says samples from asteroid Bennu will land on Earth Sunday after fiery descent

NASA’s OSIRIS-REx has returned bits of the asteroid Bennu to Earth

OSIRIS-REx is about to fling samples of the asteroid Bennu at Earth

Preparing for Asteroid Bennu: NASA’s OSIRIS-REx Astromaterials Lab Opens Doors to Media

Asteroid Bennu is old before its time thanks to the sun

OSIRIS-REx Would Have Sunk Deep into Asteroid Bennu if it Tried to Land