EARTH Magazine: Rosetta off to decipher a comet's secrets

American Geosciences Institute

Alexandria, Va. — Hello World. Rosetta — the ESA spacecraft currently on a 10-year mission to orbit and land on a comet — awoke in January after a three-year hibernation, and was ready to get to work. Read all about Rosetta’s mission and what scientists hope to learn about our origins in the July issue of EARTH Magazine: For more stories about the science of our planet, check out EARTH Magazine online or subscribe at Published by the American Geosciences Institute, EARTH is your source for the science behind the headlines.

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