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Japan's space agency says unusual data on a display panel caused the five-hour delay in starting the space probe Hayabusa2's descent towards the asteroid Ryugu.
Mission Manager Makoto Yoshikawa of the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency said his team realized that the program for starting the descent maneuver was not displaying the expected attitude control figures.
NHK has learned that all of the Japanese labor ministry's senior officials who were involved in flawed surveys deny previously knowing that the figures were skewed.
The problem surfaced last year, and involves monthly labor ministry surveys on wages and working hours dating back to 2004. The ministry failed to poll all applicable businesses in Tokyo, and also used inappropriate methods to conduct the surveys.
Debate over a series of improper labor statistics by the labor ministry continued in Japan's Lower House Budget Committee on Tuesday.
The President of the Democratic Party For the People, Yuichiro Tamaki, urged Prime Minister Shinzo Abe to ensure that people who failed to receive full unemployment and other benefits due to the faulty jobs data are paid properly.
Prime Minister Shinzo Abe says he will strengthen the independence of a panel that is investigating the flawed statistics compiled by the labor ministry.
Abe was responding to questions by Tetsuro Fukuyama, the Secretary General of the Constitutional Democratic Party of Japan, in an Upper House session on Friday.