End of tonight’s coverage

With the last pass, we're done!

This post ends our coverage tonight, as there are no more communication passes expected with GOCE, hence we'll have no more updates from the mission control team. By the time you read this, the spacecraft's amazing flight will, most likely, have come to an end.

Teams at ESOC monitor the final ground station pass with GOCE, 23:42 CET, 10 November 2013. Credit: ESA

Teams at ESOC monitor the final ground station pass with GOCE, 23:42 CET, 10 November 2013. Credit: ESA

Teams at ESA will continue waiting for tracking reports via ground radar systems, and, as soon as we get something, we will issue a formal PR in the web site.

Comments

3 Comments

  • Adrian Jäggi says:

    Thank's again for sharing the latest information about this exciting last journey of GOCE. It was a pleasure to follow all the updates.Congratulations to the ESOC team for doing a fantastic job since 2009.

    Heike & Adrian

  • Sven AERTS says:

    Super clear skies here in Brussels, gazing East right into Jupiter and Gemini. Thinking of what's going on. Sigh.

  • Sven AERTS says:

    No, were were just wondering to what extent you were adding to the waves hitting the Philipines and Vietnam ...

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