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Turns Out Rosetta Took One Final Image Before Crashing Into A Comet - Tech Times

Before crashing into the surface of Comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko in September 2016, which ended its successful 12-year mission, The Rosetta managed to capture one final image. Rosetta's Last Hurrah. European Space Agency scientists initially thought ...and more »

Surprise! Scientists Recover Rosetta Spacecraft's Last Photo of Comet 67P -

Nearly a year after the Rosetta spacecraft intentionally crashed into a comet, the mission's scientists have discovered a new surprise: the very last image Rosetta took before its cosmic demise. The European Space Agency (ESA) launched Rosetta in 2004 ...and more »

Rosetta's Lost Picture From Moments Before It Struck a Comet - New York Times

Nearly a year after it crashed into a comet, the Rosetta spacecraft has given scientists a gift from beyond the grave: the final image of its resting place on Comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko. Researchers from the European Space Agency thought they had ...and more »

Rosetta probe's last surprise: a photo of its landing site - Engadget

Since it's been a year since Rosetta landed on the comet it orbited for a couple of years, you'd think the ESA had already decoded everything the vessel sent back before its demise. Apparently, the probe has one last surprise for all of us: a close-up ...and more »

The final (final) image of Comet 67P - Astronomy Magazine

In 2016, the Rosetta probe carried out a controlled crash landing on Comet 67P, snapping photographs as it went. Recently researchers have discovered and reconstructed one last image taken by Rosetta just 20 meters above the comet's surface. ESA ...and more »

Rare photos of spaceship before it hit comet revealed - Zee News

New Delhi: The European Space Agency (ESA) has shared a hidden image from Rosetta spacecraft, moments before it struck a comet. It has been nearly an year (30th September, 2016) since it crashed into the comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko and the ...and more »

Scientists Reconstruct Rosetta Probe's Final Image - PCMag

After spending over 12 years in space feeding back valuable data and images to scientists on Earth, the Rosetta probe finally ended its mission by performing a hard-landing on comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko on September 30. But the probe had one last ...and more »

Scientists Unexpectedly Find Rosetta's Final Image Of Comet 67P/CG - Gizmodo Australia

On September 30, 2015, the Rosetta spacecraft slowly drifted to the surface of Comet 67P/Churyumov -- Gerasimenko, ending a wildly successful 12-year mission. Scientists from the European Space Agency thought they had recovered all of Rosetta's photos ...and more »