This website provides the science data obtained by the Hayabusa2 project. Currently, the data are released taken by around Earth Swing-by on December 3, 2015.
ONC is composed of three framing cameras. One is a telescopic camera (ONC-T), and the others are a wide camera (ONC-W1 and ONC-W2).
TIR is a thermal infrared imager to investigate thermophysical properties of C-class near-Earth asteroid.
NIRS3 measures the spectral radiance of reflected sunlight from the asteroid. The spectral coverage is 1.8 to 3.2 µm to detect structural OH ions and H2O molecules.
LIDAR is a laser altimeter to measure the distance from the asteroid surface. It can measure range from 25 km to 30 m.
Orbit, attitude, and other required ancillary data are archived in SPICE kernels.