1. I have the last communication with the Philae Lander..

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    I have the last communication with the Philae Lander..

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    • Philae - El primer rebote

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      Hoy la ESA subió una foto compuesta mostrando varias partes del cometa donde captó la presencia de la sonda Philae. Usando el material de la propia ESA, armé una explicación de ese primer aterrizaje que no culminó bien porque Philae no se ancló, sino que rebotó. Aún no saben dónde se encuentra.

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      • TCHOURI

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        Je rêve… Philae, un petit robot au nom de temple égyptien, s'est posé sur Tchouri, une comète sise aux confins de notre galaxie. Un voyage de dix ans et de cinq cents millions de km à des vitesses inouÏes pour Rosetta, la sonde spatiale. "Créé pour le Défi Week-end:vimeo.com / groups / weekendchallenge I dream ... Philae, a small robot on behalf of egyptian temple, landed on Tchouri, a comet located the edge of our galaxy. A journey of ten years and five hundred million miles unprecedented speeds for Rosetta, the spatial probe. "Created for the Challenge Weekend: Vimeo.com / groups / weekendchallenge"

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        • ROSETTA

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          Explication de la mission

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          • Vu sur le web: à 500 millions de km Philae s'endort sur sa comète alors que sur Terre un tigre de papier effraie la population

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            Quelques propositions à portée de clic ou d'index. En vidéo, par Catherine Cochard. Cette semaine, deux événements hauts en rebondissements ont secoué la toile: l'atterrissage du robot Philae sur la comète Tchouri et la cavale "d'un tigre de près de 100 kilos" en Seine-et-Marne. A moins que ce ne soit un lynx? Ou un félin de taille moyenne? Voire un gros chien? A moins que ce ne soit un chat?

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            • The golem of Churyumov-Gerasimenko

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              mondoclone© presents an ice-cold tale : I lived peacefully, on cold and distant world… I slept, covered with dusts of stars … A shock woke me … Dusts fell … What insect dared to disturb my sleep?

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              • Rosetta

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                from fabrizio napoleoni / Added

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                Last communication between Rosetta Spacecraft and the Commander

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                • Science Bulletins: Rosetta Mission Lands Probe on Comet

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                  On November 12, 2014, more than a decade after launching, the European Space Agency’s Rosetta mission was positioned to send a probe to the surface of 67P/Churyumov–Gerasimenko, a small comet orbiting the Sun at a distance of hundreds of millions of kilometers. After a tense 7-hour descent (and a 30-minute transmission delay), mission control confirmed that the Philae probe had reached the comet’s surface. But Philae could not anchor itself; its harpoons failed to deploy. It ‘bounced’ twice on 67P, finally coming to rest in shadow, where it would be unable to fully recharge once its battery ran out. Rosetta mission scientists raced against time to gather as much data as they could. On November 14 at 7:36 p.m. EST (0036 GMT), Philae went silent, possibly for good. Philae lander manager Stephan Ulamec of DLR German Aerospace Agency, said: "Despite the unplanned series of three touchdowns, all of our instruments could be operated and now it's time to see what we've got." Comets are time capsules dating back to the earliest days of our solar system, and the data gathered by this mission will help scientists understand the forces that shaped the planets, and may reveal the role played by comets in delivering water and organic molecules to an infant Earth. RELATED LINKS European Space Agency: Rosetta http://sci.esa.int/rosetta/ Comet 67P (Churyumov-Gerasimenko) http://www.livecometdata.com/comets/67p-churyumov-gerasimenko/ Rosetta: Europe’s Comet Chaser http://www.dlr.de/dlr/en/desktopdefault.aspx/tabid-10394/ National Space Science Data Center: Philae http://nssdc.gsfc.nasa.gov/nmc/spacecraftDisplay.do?id=2004-006C Rosetta: Understanding Comet Mysteries http://rosetta.jpl.nasa.gov/ On November 12, 2014, more than a decade after launching, the European Space Agency’s Rosetta mission was positioned to send a probe to the surface of 67P/Churyumov–Gerasimenko, a small comet orbiting the Sun at a distance of hundreds of millions of kilometers. After a tense 7-hour descent (and a 30-minute transmission delay), mission control confirmed that the Philae probe had reached the comet’s surface. But Philae could not anchor itself; its harpoons failed to deploy. It ‘bounced’ twice on 67P, finally coming to rest in shadow, where it would be unable to fully recharge once its battery ran out. Rosetta mission scientists raced against time to gather as much data as they could. On November 14 at 7:36 p.m. EST (0036 GMT), Philae went silent, possibly for good. Philae lander manager Stephan Ulamec of DLR German Aerospace Agency, said: "Despite the unplanned series of three touchdowns, all of our instruments could be operated and now it's time to see what we've got." Comets are time capsules dating back to the earliest days of our solar system, and the data gathered by this mission will help scientists understand the forces that shaped the planets, and may reveal the role played by comets in delivering water and organic molecules to an infant Earth. RELATED LINKS European Space Agency: Rosetta http://sci.esa.int/rosetta/ Comet 67P (Churyumov-Gerasimenko) http://www.livecometdata.com/comets/67p-churyumov-gerasimenko/ Rosetta: Europe’s Comet Chaser http://www.dlr.de/dlr/en/desktopdefault.aspx/tabid-10394/ National Space Science Data Center: Philae http://nssdc.gsfc.nasa.gov/nmc/spacecraftDisplay.do?id=2004-006C Rosetta: Understanding Comet Mysteries http://rosetta.jpl.nasa.gov/ Science Bulletins Produced by American Museum of Natural History Writer/Producer AMNH/M. Weisberger Animator AMNH/S. Krasinski Scientific Advisor Or Graur Composer Anton Fine Images/Data CIVA DLR ESA Laboratoire d'Astrophysique de Marseille MPS for OSIRIS Team Philae ROLIS Rosetta

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                  • MANUAL DE MISIONES ESPACIALES EN CINCO FASES

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                    La misión Rosetta está siendo un éxito sin precedentes en la historia de las exploración espacial. Esta misión comenzó a construirse en 1993, por lo tanto, han pasado más de dos décadas desde su inicio hasta que ha comenzado a generar datos científicos. ¿Qué se siente cuando veinte años después de haber trabajado en una misión espacial esta comienza a dar sus frutos? ¿cuáles son las diferentes fases que componen una misión espacial hasta llegar al punto vivido esta semana? ¿cuáles son las próximas misiones espaciales de la Agencia Espacial Europea (ESA) y en qué fase se encuentran? El IAA-CSIC y la productora Lipssync films han elaborado “Manual de misiones en cinco fases” , una pieza audiovisual que responde a estas y otras muchas preguntas sobre cómo se construye una misión espacial. DECONSTRUYENDO LA LUZ Un proyecto promovido por el Instituto de Astrofísica de Andalucía (IAA-CSIC) producido por LIPSSYNC FILMS, s.l. Guión y dirección: Emilio José García Gómez-Caro Realización y cinematografía: Nacho Chueca Producción: Emilio José García Gómez-Caro y Pablo Bullejos Sonido: Daniel Zafra Asistente de cámara y operador cámara Go-Pro: Adrián Nieto Asistente de producción: María Ramos Música original: Amalia Chueca y José Ignacio Hernández Locución: Susana Escudero Traducción: César Gª Guerra_fündc Producido por Nacho Chueca (LIPSSYNC FILMS, s.l.) y Emilio José García Gómez-Caro (Instituto de Astrofísica de Andalucía, IAA-CSIC) “Manual de misiones en cinco fases” es un avance del proyecto “DECONSTRUYENDO LA LUZ”, un proyecto audiovisual con el que el IAA-CSIC celebrará el próximo Año Internacional de la Luz 2015, y que cuenta con el apoyo del Ministerio de Economía y Competitividad (MINECO), la Fundación Española de Ciencia y Tecnología (FECYT), el Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas (CSIC) y la Fundación DESCUBRE y la coproducción de LIPSSYNC S.L.

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                    • Comet 67P Visualization

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                      This comet stuff was exciting, so thought I'd design something. All done in AE.

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