Posted on 15/10/2014 by emily
Green light for landing site J!
ESA has given the green light for its Rosetta mission to deliver its lander, Philae, to the primary site on 67P/Churyumov–Gerasimenko on 12 November. The decision that the mission is ‘Go’ for...
Posted on 16/07/2014 by emily
Access to Rosetta data
After yesterday’s unscheduled release of images of 67P/C-G, our next release will be tomorrow at 15:00 CEST as planned, containing new images and a movie, coordinated with all partners involved in the Rosetta mission. In the meantime,...
The world of Rosetta
The drama and scientific adventures of Rosetta bring together professionals and enthusiasts from all around the world. In the map below, you can select different categories, including some of the scientists working on the mission, ESA sites and agencies involved in the mission, and even locations of videos sent in for the #WakeUpRosetta video contest. Thanks for joining the adventure! And don’t forget all the other great online resources for Rosetta! Facebook and Google+ Rosetta Mission Promote your Page too Twitter Follow @esa_rosetta Follow @Philae2014 Follow @esascience Follow @esaoperations YouTube, Livestream and Flickr Storify Reflecting the #WakeUpRosetta community’s contributions in English and German language And last but not least! News and updates...
Posted on 16/01/2014 by Daniel
NASA says: Good luck, Rosetta!
The very nice folks over at NASA sent a lovely ‘remember the peanuts’ eCard earlier today, addressed to ESA and especially to the team working on the Rosetta mission. NASA is, of course, one of our long-time partners in the Rosetta mission (And in many other areas – Ed.). For wake-up – happening 807 million km away – the Agency’s 70m tracking stations are indispensable, and much appreciated! Thanks, guys! You Rock! Let’s dare mighty things together! Update: Post by Rosetta Mission.