Rosetta Mission at the Paris Air and Space Show

A model of the Philae lander on display at the ESA Pavilion at the Paris Air and Space Show this week. Credits: ESA–P. Sebirot, 2015

A model of the Philae lander on display at the ESA Pavilion at the Paris Air and Space Show this week. Credits: ESA–P. Sebirot, 2015

ESA is at the International Paris Air and Space Show, Le Bourget, this week. Tomorrow, Wednesday 17 June, a press briefing will be dedicated to the Rosetta Mission.

Members of the Rosetta and Philae teams will provide an update on the mission, present some of the latest results, and outline what still lies ahead.

Speakers include: Mark McCaughrean, Senior Science Adviser, ESA; Elsa Montagnon, Deputy Rosetta Flight Director, ESA; Barbara Cozzoni, Lander Control Centre engineer, DLR; Philippe Gaudon, CNES Philae project manager, CNES; Jean-Pierre Bibring, Lead Lander Scientist, IAS Orsay. (Line up may be subject to change.)

Watch live on Wednesday at 09:30-10:45 CEST, here.

More information about ESA at Le Bourget can be found here.

UPDATE 17 June: In case you missed it, you can watch a replay of the press briefing here.

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  • masanori says:

    Question to Elsa!!

    How is the mood in the mission control right now?? Have you seen something new in the room since Philae woke up??

    Thank you very much everyone involved for doing a livestreaming!! Can’t wait!!

  • Margarita says:

    Do you know what’s happened to the live streamed session?

    It’s 9:36 in Tenerife, so 10:36 CEST. I have been going to the webpage (linked above and on the news release email I received yesterday) since just after 10:10 CEST ( the earliest I could manage) but the page just has a blank Video screen with a notice saying “No playable sources found”.

  • Gerald says:

    Thanks for the briefing! All my questions which could have been answered have been answered.
    Looking forward to the detailed papers in a few weeks.

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