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ESA Hangout: Preparing for Rosetta’s grand finale

ESA’s Rosetta spacecraft is set to complete its incredible mission in a controlled descent to the surface of Comet 67P/C-G on 30 September. Join mission experts on 19 September, 1200 GMT / 1400 CEST to discuss Rosetta’s final...

Communicating Astronomy with the Public: Rosetta specia...

We’re delighted to announce a special issue of the “Communicating Astronomy with the Public” journal, which provides exclusive behind-the-scenes insights into the outreach surrounding the Rosetta Mission. Including articles written by ESA’s communication team behind the competitions, cartoons, and social media campaigns, and reviews from external...

Rosetta at EPSC: Watch press briefing online

Scientists are meeting this week in Nantes, France, at the European Planetary Science Congress (EPSC) to discuss the latest results in the field of planetary science. A press briefing is being held today at 13:00 GMT / 15:00 CEST to...

Join our Perihelion Hangout!

Update from 14 August: you can watch a replay of the hangout here. — Join us for a Google hangout with Rosetta mission experts to celebrate perihelion – the closest point to the Sun along the comet’s orbit....

Video report: Rosetta orbiter science

It is almost a year since the Rosetta spacecraft began orbiting comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko on 6 August 2014. The orbiter’s eleven instruments are studying the comet at different wavelengths – infrared, ultraviolet, microwave and radio – as well...

Rosetta mission extended

This announcement is mirrored from the main ESA web portal. The adventure continues: ESA today confirmed that its Rosetta mission will be extended until the end of September 2016, at which point the spacecraft will most likely...

Rosetta Mission at the Paris Air and Space Show

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...

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REPLAY – Rosetta & Philae mission update 14 ...

Watch the reply from today's ESA Hangout: Rosetta and Philae teams from ESA, DLR and CNES provide an update on mission status. OSIRIS PI Holger Sierks reports on images, and NASA scientists join from JPL.

Media briefing 14:00 CET start

Next media briefing on the Philae comet landing will start at 14:00 CET today, at ESA’s Operations Centre, Darmstadt, Germany. Watch the media briefing live via webcast.

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Media briefing 10 Nov replay

Replay of the first Rosetta mission media briefing at ESA’s Space Operations Centre (ESOC), 15:00 CET on 10 November, as the teams prepare for Philae landing and science from the surface of Comet 67P/Churyumov–Gerasimenko.

Media briefing at ESOC 10 Nov Credit: BBC/J. Amos

Highlights – media briefing 10 November

We’ve just finished the first media briefing in the Press Centre at ESOC. We just finished today’s 15:00CET media briefing in the Press Centre at ESOC. The briefing was given by Flight Director Andrea Accomazzo, Rosetta Spacecraft...

Call for media: Rosetta landing site announcement

  Members of the media are invited to ESA Headquarters in Paris, France, on 15 September for the announcement of the primary landing site for Rosetta’s lander Philae. The event will also be live-streamed for those not...

ESOC serves as the Operations Control Centre for ESA missions, and hosts our Main Control Room. Credit: ESA/J. Mai

Call for media: Rosetta’s comet rendezvous

From today’s ESA press release announcing the media event for Rosetta’s arrival at comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko on 6 August. The event will also be streamed live; details below: The media are invited to join ESA’s science and mission...

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...