Jul 10, 2015

New communication with Philae – commands executed successfully | Rosetta - ESA's comet chaser

Tweet This report is provided by the German Aerospace Center, DLR. The Philae lander communicated with the Rosetta orbiter again between 19:45 and 20:07 CEST on 9 July 2015 and transmitted measurement data from the COmet Nucleus Sounding Experiment by Radiowave Transmission (CONSERT) instrument. Although the connection failed repeatedly after that, it remained completely stable for those 12...

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