New Pictures from Rosetta Probe – worth a look

From: Andrew Johnson

Date: 2014-12-25 00:49:27

Attachments :  “frosty the snowman” is nowhere to be seen……   Landscape of a comet revealed… by an amateur astronomer: Dramatic images show huge boulders and cliffs half a mile high (that a human would survive jumping off due to the low gravity) Beautiful photograph from ESA’s Rosetta probe was analysed by Stuart Atkinson at his home in the Lake District He enhanced it and found a towering cliff on the 2.5-mile comet, which is hurtling through space at 83,900mph Rosetta began orbiting Comet 67P in August and is still there despite losing contact with Philae surface probe Ten-year, £1.1billion project has been hailed as one of the scientific community’s greatest achievements of 2014 By DAN BLOOM FOR MAILONLINE PUBLISHED: 02:36, 24 December 2014 

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