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Here are some stunning images of Earth Mars clicked by Rosetta
Hindustan Times

Here are some stunning images of Earth Mars clicked by Rosetta

The European Space Agency has released stunning images snapped by the Rosetta spacecraft during it's decade long journey towards the comet 67P/ Churyumov-Gerasimenko. Some of the pictures were taken back in 2005 and 2007, but were released only this week. Hindustan Times, 12 hours ago

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Rosetta spacecraft calls out to comet probe

No response from Philae lander, but scientists plan to try to communicate again in April The European Space Agency's Rosetta spacecraft has been trying to reach out to Philae, the lander sitting on a comet hurtling through space. Philae has ...
 Computerworld1 week ago No word from the Philae lander until April at the earliest, Rosetta scientists say  Washington Post1 week ago Rosetta mission: Space scientists attempt to wake Philae comet lander - but says we need to be patient  Irish Mirror1 week ago Rosetta provides new clues to the birth of the universe  ECanadaNow1 week ago
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Mashable

Solar eclipse as seen from space

This European Space Agency footage shows the solar eclipse from space. The ESA's Sun-watching Proba-2 mini satellite captured the footage, which shows the shadow of the moon sweeping down across the brightly
 ITV.com1 week ago This is what the solar eclipse looks like from space  Mashable1 week ago This Is What Europe's Solar Eclipse Looked Like From Space  Gizmodo1 week ago Photos Of Friday's Solar Eclipse From Around The World And In Space  Daily Caller1 week ago
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Malay Mail

AFP - Science-Europe-Galileo-satellite-space-telecommunication

Science-Europe-Galileo-satellite-space-telecommunication Contributed by NAMPA / AFP. Europe poised to launch more navigation satellites =(Graphic+Picture)= Paris, March 25, 2015 (AFP) - Europe is all set to launch the seventh and eighth ...
 Namibia Press Agency1 week ago Europe all set to launch 2 navigation satellites tomorrow  Malay Mail6 days ago Europe poised to launch more navigation satellites  PhysOrg.com1 week ago
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Business Insider

The Rosetta spacecraft found nitrogen on its comet — here's why that's important

See Also A peculiar mix of molecular nitrogen on the comet target of Europe's Rosetta spacecraft may offer clues to the conditions that gave birth to the entire solar system. Molecular nitrogen was one of the key ingredients of the young solar ...
 Business Insider1 week ago Rosetta Spacecraft Makes Nitrogen Discovery on Comet  Space.com1 week ago
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Aerospace Technology

ESA tests deployable nets to clear space debris

Engineers at the European Space Agency (ESA) have evaluated behaviour of deployable nets in orbit to remove derelict satellites in space. The technology was tested on parabolic flights over a Falcon 20 aircraft to create weightlessness. During ...
 Aerospace Technology1 week ago Using fishing nets to snag derelict satellites  Homeland Security News Wire1 week ago
Forbes.com

Rosetta Gets No Response From Philae Lander

The European Space Agency and Germany's Aerospace Centre DLR are reporting no response from the Philae lander on the surface of comet 67P, despite repeated attempts by the Rosetta spacecraft to wake the lander up. Rosetta was sending signals down ...
 Forbes.com1 week ago
UPI

Stunning images of total eclipse from Earth, space

AMSTERDAM, Netherlands, March 20 (UPI) -- Millions across northern Africa and Europe got a view of Friday morning's total eclipse, though the best view was either above the clouds on the North Sea or from space. The path of the total eclipse -- ...
 UPI1 week ago European Space Agency tweets eclipse picture  ITV.com1 week ago European Satellites to Watch Total Solar Eclipse from Space  Yahoo! Maktoob News1 week ago Solar eclipse 2015: Sun-watching satellite captures INCREDIBLE footage of the spectacle  Irish Mirror1 week ago
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Scientists finally figured out how to land on a comet going 35,000 mph

On November 12, 2014, the European Space Agency successfully landed on a comet speeding at 35,000 mph. The Philae lander was dropped from the Rosetta satellite, which had to travel 4 billion miles over the course of a decade to complete the mission.
 Business Insider1 week ago How a space agency landed on a comet speeding at 35,000 mph  Austin American Statesman1 week ago
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Today's Total Solar Eclipse Is Over, Here's What It Looked Like

Cool video released by the European Space Agency shows the eclipse as observed by the Proba-2 satellite Today's solar eclipse is officially over A total solar eclipse happened earlier today, starting at 4:30 a.m. EDT. During this cosmic ...
 Softpedia1 week ago The eclipse was rubbish from Earth but great from space  The Verge1 week ago This Solar Eclipse Picture From Space Is Stunning And Very Real  Huffington Post UK1 week ago Astronaut Plus Proba Minisats Snap Space Views of Solar Eclipse  ASD News1 week ago
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