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Some time around 1:20 p.m. European time on Friday, Rosetta will officially end its 12-year mission when the European Space Agency crash-lands it onto the surface of the comet it has been exploring. The mission has been history making, and a thrilling achievement of science and engineering. The probe was launched in March 2004 to track […]
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