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We talk to Rosetta’s lead scientist on eve of probe’s crash landing

This is a post from Skymania News - Space and astronomy news and advice plus night sky The Rosetta mission to study a comet is about to come to a spectacular end with the spacecraft being sent to crash-land on the world it has been circling and studying closely for more than two years. The post We talk to Rosetta’s lead scientist on eve of probe’s crash landing appeared first on Skymania News.
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