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Re: Astronomy Picture Of The Day
Yes John, & a sad end to Rosetta, But I suppose
it had to be..
The landing on comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko required immense precision,
as even the slightest error could have resulted in cosmic calamity.
Indications were that the spacecraft touched down almost perfectly,
save for an unplanned bounce,
This is how it may have looked
Recommended Local History websites.