Two years after Rosetta’s operational mission ended in 2016, its science legacy continues.
Rosetta scientists from across the world met in Rhodes, Greece, recently for an update on comet 67P Churyumov-Gerasimenko and the latest information returned by the spacecraft’s instruments.
Rosetta spent two years orbiting - and eventually landing on - comet 67P. The mission made huge advances in our understanding of comets but there is a mass of data that remains to be analysed and it will keep scientists busy for decades.
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