28. August 2015
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In the approach to perihelion, several instruments aboard ESA's Rosetta mission observed a dramatic outburst erupting from comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko. Perhaps the most striking result was provided by the magnetometer, in which also IWF Graz is participating.

Further information is found in an IWF Press Release and at ESA.

 

 

Am 2. Oktober 2015 findet der 2. Grazer Weltraumtag im Joanneumsviertel statt. Das

Vormittagsprogramm steht fest. Schulklassen können sich ab sofort unter T 0316/872 7700 dazu anmelden.

 

 

Philae has woken up after seven months in hibernation on the surface of comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko. The signals were received at ESA's control centre in Darmstadt at 22:28 CEST on 13 June. Scientists at IWF Graz now wait for the data.

Further information is found ESA's Rosetta Blog and at DLR.

 

 

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