Home»Gadgets»Launchesยป With Philae lander what are the unsolved earth mysteries Rosetta would try to answer?

Philae lander hopes to decode biggest UNSOLVED MYSTERIES of earth

Dailybhaskar.com | Last Modified - Nov 13, 2014, 03:39 PM IST

Rosetta Mission's Philae lander would solve the greatest of the Earth's mystery
  • +5 See more slides
    The Google Doodle today marks the touchdown of the Philae lander on a comet to purse scientific research on mysteries of earth and solar system.

    The European Space Agency’s (ESA) Rosetta Mission has been able to successfully place a Mission at the surface of the moving comet this week. With the Philae lander making a touchdown at this 4 kilometer wide comet, scientists now hope to solve unsolved earth mysteries as they understand and solve the mysteries of this fast-moving comet.

    This is the first time in the history when a research spaceship landed on a comet. Jean-Jacques Dordain, ESA’s Director General said “ESA and its Rosetta mission partners achieved something extraordinary today,” after the successful was made.

    The Mission is aimed at scientific analysis of one of the oldest remnants of the Solar System and thereby solving the mysteries of the earth. Scientists would now try and follow the comet around the Sun for 13 months and look at changes in its activity and changes in the surface of the comet.

    The touchdown on the comet was planned at a speed of around 1 m/s depending on the activity of the comet at that specific moment. The Philae lander used a three-legged landing gear absorbing the impact to prevent rebound, and an ice screw in each foot driving into the surface.

    The Mission Rosetta was launched in 2004 and it arrived at the Comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko on 6 August 2014 after a travel of 6.4 billion kilometres through the Solar System. After the separation and landing of Philae lander it will now accompany the comet through perihelion (August 2015) until the nominal end of the mission.

    When we talk about the unsolved mysteries of earth and the universe what are we actually talking about? When there are thousands of comets flying around why is the 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko important? In the next 5 pages find answers to these questions.
  • +5 See more slides
    The Google Doodle today marks the touchdown of the Philae lander on a comet to purse scientific research on mysteries of earth and solar system.

    The European Space Agency’s (ESA) Rosetta Mission has been able to successfully place a Mission at the surface of the moving comet this week. With the Philae lander making a touchdown at this 4 kilometer wide comet, scientists now hope to solve unsolved earth mysteries as they understand and solve the mysteries of this fast-moving comet.

    This is the first time in the history when a research spaceship landed on a comet. Jean-Jacques Dordain, ESA’s Director General said “ESA and its Rosetta mission partners achieved something extraordinary today,” after the successful was made.

    The Mission is aimed at scientific analysis of one of the oldest remnants of the Solar System and thereby solving the mysteries of the earth. Scientists would now try and follow the comet around the Sun for 13 months and look at changes in its activity and changes in the surface of the comet.

    The touchdown on the comet was planned at a speed of around 1 m/s depending on the activity of the comet at that specific moment. The Philae lander used a three-legged landing gear absorbing the impact to prevent rebound, and an ice screw in each foot driving into the surface.

    The Mission Rosetta was launched in 2004 and it arrived at the Comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko on 6 August 2014 after a travel of 6.4 billion kilometres through the Solar System. After the separation and landing of Philae lander it will now accompany the comet through perihelion (August 2015) until the nominal end of the mission.

    When we talk about the unsolved mysteries of earth and the universe what are we actually talking about? When there are thousands of comets flying around why is the 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko important? In the next 5 pages find answers to these questions.
  • +5 See more slides
    The Google Doodle today marks the touchdown of the Philae lander on a comet to purse scientific research on mysteries of earth and solar system.

    The European Space Agency’s (ESA) Rosetta Mission has been able to successfully place a Mission at the surface of the moving comet this week. With the Philae lander making a touchdown at this 4 kilometer wide comet, scientists now hope to solve unsolved earth mysteries as they understand and solve the mysteries of this fast-moving comet.

    This is the first time in the history when a research spaceship landed on a comet. Jean-Jacques Dordain, ESA’s Director General said “ESA and its Rosetta mission partners achieved something extraordinary today,” after the successful was made.

    The Mission is aimed at scientific analysis of one of the oldest remnants of the Solar System and thereby solving the mysteries of the earth. Scientists would now try and follow the comet around the Sun for 13 months and look at changes in its activity and changes in the surface of the comet.

    The touchdown on the comet was planned at a speed of around 1 m/s depending on the activity of the comet at that specific moment. The Philae lander used a three-legged landing gear absorbing the impact to prevent rebound, and an ice screw in each foot driving into the surface.

    The Mission Rosetta was launched in 2004 and it arrived at the Comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko on 6 August 2014 after a travel of 6.4 billion kilometres through the Solar System. After the separation and landing of Philae lander it will now accompany the comet through perihelion (August 2015) until the nominal end of the mission.

    When we talk about the unsolved mysteries of earth and the universe what are we actually talking about? When there are thousands of comets flying around why is the 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko important? In the next 5 pages find answers to these questions.
  • +5 See more slides
    The Google Doodle today marks the touchdown of the Philae lander on a comet to purse scientific research on mysteries of earth and solar system.

    The European Space Agency’s (ESA) Rosetta Mission has been able to successfully place a Mission at the surface of the moving comet this week. With the Philae lander making a touchdown at this 4 kilometer wide comet, scientists now hope to solve unsolved earth mysteries as they understand and solve the mysteries of this fast-moving comet.

    This is the first time in the history when a research spaceship landed on a comet. Jean-Jacques Dordain, ESA’s Director General said “ESA and its Rosetta mission partners achieved something extraordinary today,” after the successful was made.

    The Mission is aimed at scientific analysis of one of the oldest remnants of the Solar System and thereby solving the mysteries of the earth. Scientists would now try and follow the comet around the Sun for 13 months and look at changes in its activity and changes in the surface of the comet.

    The touchdown on the comet was planned at a speed of around 1 m/s depending on the activity of the comet at that specific moment. The Philae lander used a three-legged landing gear absorbing the impact to prevent rebound, and an ice screw in each foot driving into the surface.

    The Mission Rosetta was launched in 2004 and it arrived at the Comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko on 6 August 2014 after a travel of 6.4 billion kilometres through the Solar System. After the separation and landing of Philae lander it will now accompany the comet through perihelion (August 2015) until the nominal end of the mission.

    When we talk about the unsolved mysteries of earth and the universe what are we actually talking about? When there are thousands of comets flying around why is the 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko important? In the next 5 pages find answers to these questions.
  • +5 See more slides
    The Google Doodle today marks the touchdown of the Philae lander on a comet to purse scientific research on mysteries of earth and solar system.

    The European Space Agency’s (ESA) Rosetta Mission has been able to successfully place a Mission at the surface of the moving comet this week. With the Philae lander making a touchdown at this 4 kilometer wide comet, scientists now hope to solve unsolved earth mysteries as they understand and solve the mysteries of this fast-moving comet.

    This is the first time in the history when a research spaceship landed on a comet. Jean-Jacques Dordain, ESA’s Director General said “ESA and its Rosetta mission partners achieved something extraordinary today,” after the successful was made.

    The Mission is aimed at scientific analysis of one of the oldest remnants of the Solar System and thereby solving the mysteries of the earth. Scientists would now try and follow the comet around the Sun for 13 months and look at changes in its activity and changes in the surface of the comet.

    The touchdown on the comet was planned at a speed of around 1 m/s depending on the activity of the comet at that specific moment. The Philae lander used a three-legged landing gear absorbing the impact to prevent rebound, and an ice screw in each foot driving into the surface.

    The Mission Rosetta was launched in 2004 and it arrived at the Comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko on 6 August 2014 after a travel of 6.4 billion kilometres through the Solar System. After the separation and landing of Philae lander it will now accompany the comet through perihelion (August 2015) until the nominal end of the mission.

    When we talk about the unsolved mysteries of earth and the universe what are we actually talking about? When there are thousands of comets flying around why is the 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko important? In the next 5 pages find answers to these questions.
  • +5 See more slides
    The Google Doodle today marks the touchdown of the Philae lander on a comet to purse scientific research on mysteries of earth and solar system.

    The European Space Agency’s (ESA) Rosetta Mission has been able to successfully place a Mission at the surface of the moving comet this week. With the Philae lander making a touchdown at this 4 kilometer wide comet, scientists now hope to solve unsolved earth mysteries as they understand and solve the mysteries of this fast-moving comet.

    This is the first time in the history when a research spaceship landed on a comet. Jean-Jacques Dordain, ESA’s Director General said “ESA and its Rosetta mission partners achieved something extraordinary today,” after the successful was made.

    The Mission is aimed at scientific analysis of one of the oldest remnants of the Solar System and thereby solving the mysteries of the earth. Scientists would now try and follow the comet around the Sun for 13 months and look at changes in its activity and changes in the surface of the comet.

    The touchdown on the comet was planned at a speed of around 1 m/s depending on the activity of the comet at that specific moment. The Philae lander used a three-legged landing gear absorbing the impact to prevent rebound, and an ice screw in each foot driving into the surface.

    The Mission Rosetta was launched in 2004 and it arrived at the Comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko on 6 August 2014 after a travel of 6.4 billion kilometres through the Solar System. After the separation and landing of Philae lander it will now accompany the comet through perihelion (August 2015) until the nominal end of the mission.

    When we talk about the unsolved mysteries of earth and the universe what are we actually talking about? When there are thousands of comets flying around why is the 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko important? In the next 5 pages find answers to these questions.

Stories You May be Interested in

More From Gadgets

Trending Now

Trending

Top