Monday, 20 January 2014

Rosetta comet probe wakes up, phones home

European Space Agency scientists and engineers started breathing again today as the comet-chasing Rosetta space probe confirmed at 18:28 GMT that it had awoken from its 31-month hibernation. The news was announced via the @ESA_Rosetta twitter account, which tweeted: "Hello, world!".. Continue Reading Rosetta comet probe wakes up, phones home

Section: Space

Tags: Comets, ESA, NASA, Rosetta, Spacecraft

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