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Rosie's #BookReview Team #RBRT Rosetta by Simon Cornish @UnforgivingMuse #TuesdayBookBlog

Today’s team review comes from Terry, she blogs at http://terrytylerbookreviews.blogspot.co.uk/

Terry chose to read and review Rosetta by Simon Cornish

Rosetta by Simon Cornish

3.5 out of 5 stars… 420 more words


Prepare for surprises

Friday, November 13th, at a conference, Professor Hannu Koskinen, gave a speech about space as an almost infinite source of surprises. Being a part of the Rosetta team, he reminded the audience about comments on the first images showing the duck-shaped comet 67P/Chyryumov-Gerasimenko. 298 more words


Rosie's Book Review Team #RBRT ROSETTA by Simon Cornish @UnforgivingMuse #Bookreview

Today’s team review comes from Liz, she blogs at https://lizannelloyd.wordpress.com/

Liz chose to read and review Rosetta by Simon Cornish

Simon Cornish’s novella is about the mysterious Rosetta whom we first encounter at the funeral of her father, Professor of archaeology, Alan Hargreaves.  317 more words


Thursday - A little Personnal - #RRBC Rave Waves BlogTalkRadio Interview with Simon Cornish

Today at 11:00 AM CST I will be hosting an interview with Simon Cornish author of an absorbing book titled Rosetta. You can tune in by clicking… 286 more words


Rosetta Stone French Power Pack and Fire HD 7 Bundle Review | Learn French

Learn French Rosetta Learn French Product Features Fire HD 7 7? HD Display, Wi-Fi, 8 GB – Includes Special Offers, Black Powerful, full-featured 7-inch Fire HD tablet – fast quad-core processor, HD display, front and rear cameras, stereo speakers, and five color choices Best selection of digital content – Enjoy over 33 million movies, TV shows, songs, books, Android apps and games – including Facebook, Netflix, Minecraft, and more Great for the whole family – Create unique profiles and set screen time limits for kids with Amazon FreeTime. 80 more words

Philae's Multiple Landings

Data from both the Philae lander and Rosetta orbiter experiments have been used along with simulations based on Philae’s mechanical design to reconstruct the lander’s attitude and motion during its descent and multiple touchdowns on Comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko on 12 November, 2014.

Video Credit: ESA


Recontructing Philae's Landing

Ever been on a plane that bounced a few times on landing?  Well, this is worse.  Philae bounced a *lot* on its touchdown, and now thanks to a new reconstruction of its descent by the European Space Agency, we can really appreciate how chaotic the landing was — and how amazingly lucky the final touchdown really was considering all that went on before it.  12 more words