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Wednesday, November 12, 2014

We going Galactic!!!! They Supposedly are going to show some pictures from : see link

dissapointing they did not even show images,

 "they have to anaylize them and will show us

 tomorrow 11 13 2014, what are they really 

seeing,,they have the images now. wow. we

will see what we will see tomorrow i guess

. Blessings of Bliss!! to you All

ggggggggg

UPDATED NOVEMBER 13 2014
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ESA is set to attempt the risky landing on Wednesday, with the separation of the Philae lander planned for about 09.03 GMT and touch down occurring about seven hours later, at 16:02 GMT.

If successful, it will be the first time in the history of space exploration that a man-made object has made it to the surface of a comet.

Comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko is travelling through space at speeds of around 135,000 kilometers per hour, and it orbits the Sun every 6.45 years.

The Rosetta robotic probe will release the washing-machine-sized Philae probe from a distance of approximately 22.5 kilometers from the comet’s center.

During its 7-hour descent, the lander will take photos of the small (just four kilometers in diameter), comet and will analyze dust, gases and plasma emitted by the space object. Also, the lander will measure the presence of any magnetic field.

Philae will target Site J. Click photo for details
If the landing proves successful, it will take 28 minutes and 20 seconds for a signal from Philae, retranslated by Rosetta’s antennas, to reach the control station on Earth.

The chances of a successful landing are slim, because the surface of the comet is rough terrain consisting of craters, crevasses, cliffs up to 150 meters high and giant boulders. The one suitable landing site has been given a name –Agilkia; it’s an egg-shaped plateau measuring 900 by 600 meters.

Because the Churyumov-Gerasimenko comet is too small to have any significant gravity, the lander will attach itself to the surface using ice screws in each of its legs and fire two additional harpoons.

Live webcast from ESA mission control, when Europe's Rosetta spacecraft dispatches the Philae lander to make the first-ever touchdown on a comet.
@ESA_Rosetta
Official hashtag: #CometLanding
Rosetta mission in Facebook
Or watch live on Slooh