Japan Lands First-Ever Robots On Asteroid

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In a historic first, Japan’s space agency, JAXA, announced that it had successfully landed two robotic rovers on asteroid 162173 Ryugu to help them learn more about the minor planets through data and photographs. What do you think?

“Has no one told them about planets yet?”

Luka Andrew • Puddle Vacuumer

“I honestly figured Japan would have accomplished this decades ago.”

Sacha Whittle, • Dropsy Physician


“Well? Are asteroids dirty? Bumpy? Gritty? Spit it out, goddamnit!”

Alexander Hodge • Unemployed