The comet photo by Rosetta’s OSIRIS narrow-angle camera in August 2014 from a distance of 285 km. The comet is about 4 km in diameter with a rotating period of hours. It is moving through space at a speed of km per hour.
A Stunning Look at the Cliffs of Comet by NANCY ATKINSON on DECEMBER 2014 The Cliffs of Churyumov-Gerasimenko: an enhanced and procosessed crop of an image from Rosetta's navcam. Credits: ESA/Rosetta/NAVCAM, processing by Stuart Atkinson.
The European Space Agency's Philae lander bounced not once but twice before completing its historic comet landing on Nov. See the first photos from Comet surface and a status update on the Rosetta mission.
A new image of Comet shows the diversity of surface structures on the comet's nucleus. It was taken by the Rosetta spacecraft's OSIRIS narrow-angle camera on August At the time, the spacecraft was 65 miles away from the nucleus.
The Rosetta mission spent much of the second half of October orbiting comet at less than six miles from its surface. This previously unpublished image, taken by Rosetta’s navigation camera, shows its dramatic terrain.
This image from Nasa's Spitzer Space Telescope shows a stellar nursery containing thousand of young stars & developing protostars near the sword of the constellation Orion. I heart the Spitzer space telescope.
A set of instruments on the European Space Agency’s Rosetta spacecraft has picked up a mysterious “song” from Comet On Wednesday, Nov. Rosetta will attempt the first-ever soft landing on a comet when it dispatches its Philae lander …
26 Pictures Will Make You Reevaluate Your Entire Existence How can anyone people not stop and think how this could not have come from a speck of dust that blew up instead of believing the true facts that an amazing God created it all!