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Rosetta engineers and scientists answered questions on Reddit

Posted January 4, 2015

Here’s the message recently posted on ESA Rocket Science blog which probably be of interest to some of our readers:

We’re some of the engineers and scientists working on flight dynamics, operations and science for Rosetta (orbiter) and Philae (lander) and we’re looking forward to your questions.

Access the archive page of the Reddit AMA held on Thursday, 20 November 2014, 18:00 GMT.

We are working on flight control and science operations for Rosetta, now orbiting comet 67P, and Philae, which landed on the comet surface last week. Ask us Anything! AMA! * /r/IAmA

Source: ESA Rocket Science blog

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