Godlike Productions - Conspiracy Forum
Users Online Now: 2,775 (Who's On?)Visitors Today: 1,598,004
Pageviews Today: 2,187,295Threads Today: 518Posts Today: 8,901
02:42 PM


Back to Forum
Back to Forum
Back to Thread
Back to Thread
REPORT COPYRIGHT VIOLATION IN REPLY
Message Subject Rosetta Comet Orbiter ** Three days to live **Prize Competition ** Landing site J 10km orbit ** 67P selfie ** GLP pics ** 46,000 Gvolts
Poster Handle BG-Fan
Post Content
You want the raw data? What the hell are you going to do with that 1rof1 ESA releases things for the general public pretty much every day about Rosetta. Whether you find them interesting or not IDK. The OSIRIS and NAVCAM images have been phenomenal and within a few days the resolution will have doubled again. The science briefing on arrival day was fascinating and they have continued to update science results. I have not written about everything here yet.


K
 Quoting: K Hall


Images are raw data. 'I want my Rosetta TV and data for free'....lol

Maybe as time passes you can share what you are learning from the Rosetta mission data that is being released concerning comets and our solar system?

Where can one find the science updates? ...thx!
 Quoting: BG-Fan


I just visited ESA's Rosetta Blog. Here is one exchange from the blog. Is this the "updates" source that you referred to?
thx

William Frankeberger says
15/08/2014 at 21:58
"When can we get some data? Is the comet solid rock? Was Horst Uwe Keller (Max Planck) correct, that "a comet is not really a 'dirty snowball' "? (What is the data from CONSERT?) Is the ROMAP working yet? What's the albedo of the comet? We heard earlier that the comet was sublimating two glasses of water a second; is it is or is it ain't? But I mean... what is the real data, not theory or assumption or a guess-interpretation. Is there any "interstellar dust"? What minerals are in or on the nucleus?"



emily says:
17/08/2014 at 13:53
"Hi William, we post updates here on the blog when we have them (there were some first detections of dust grains from GIADA last week, for example). Philae lands in November, so we won't have results from e.g. ROMAP & CONSERT until later."

Edit: and news here - rosetta.esa.int
 
Please verify you're human:




Reason for copyright violation:



News