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Remembering Neil Armstrong
Remembering neil armstrong
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europe’s rosetta spacecraft reached its final destination today after a decade-long journey into deep space that aims to place the first lander on a comet. Rosetta began orbiting the churyumov-gerasimenko comet to glean information about the mass of dirty ice, dust and gas, according to the european space agency, which launched the probe in 2004. In november, it’s due to send a smaller landing craft down onto the comet to take more measurements.
“ten years we’ve been in the car waiting to get to scientific disneyland,” esa senior scientific adviser mark mccaughrean said today on esa’s online tv channel. “and we’re there now.” scientists hope to learn about the early evolution of the solar system by studying comets, which date back 4.6 billion years when the planets were forming. Researchers also are searching for organic molecules that represent the building blocks for life, which comets may have brought to earth in its early years.
“it’ll help us to model better the evolution of the planets out of the pre-solar nebula,” said gerhard schwehm, an esa consultant and manager of the mission from its liftoff until he retired last year. “there will be a lot of information that helps us understand how processes worked and what happened 4 1/2 billion years ago. It’s information from the infancy of our solar system.”
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