… but not a very much color. Rosetta’s OSIRIS team have produced a color image of Comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko as it would be seen by the human eye. 64 more words
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The glare of attention of the world’s media has passed on to other things, but I’ve been wondering what’s up with the Rosetta mission.
Initial jubilation at a successful landing on the distant comet turned to dismay when the Philae Lander came to rest in the shadow of a cliff edge, meaning that it doesn’t receive enough solar energy to charge its rechargeable batteries. 224 more words
TORONTO – This year marked a return to space.
And it wasn’t just about NASA. The interest in space has extended around the globe, to countries that, at the dawn of the American space program in the 1950s, would never have been considered to appear on the worldwide stage. 889 more words