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Tranquilizer, 2014.

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kqedscience:

Europe’s Rosetta Spacecraft Will Soon Ride a Comet
“In November, things will get truly exciting when Rosetta launches a landing probe, Philae, to a historic, first-ever-of-its-kind landing on the surface of a comet. That should be as exciting as when we received the first pictures from the surface of the Moon, or Mars, or Titan.”
Learn more from astronomer Ben Burress of Chabot Space & Science Center at KQED Science.
Pictured above: Comet 67p/Churyumov-Gerasimenko captured by Rosetta spacecraft on approach

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