The first image was sent back to Earth at roughly 1:08 p.m. on Friday the 21st. This image from Rover 1A shows both the Hayabusa-2 spacecraft and asteroid Ryugu.
Although the image itself is grainy, it still marks a significant accomplishment as noted by Tetsuo Yoshimitsu a member of the Hayabusa-2 team, “Although I was disappointed with the blurred image that first came from the rover, it was good to be able to capture this shot,”
Rover 1B then sent back the next image that shows the rocky surface of Ryugu.
The third image, sent back on Saturday September 22nd, is much more dramatic than the first two as it contains a lens flare from the sun (like you’d see in a J.J. Abrams movie).