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Over and out! Rosetta ends mission reunited with Philae on comet’s surface

This is a post from Skymania News - Space and astronomy news and advice plus night sky There were emotional scenes at mission control today as space probe Rosetta’s big adventure finally came to an end on the surface of the comet it had been orbiting for two years. The post Over and out! Rosetta ends mission reunited with Philae on comet’s surface appeared first on Skymania News.
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