The space probe has passed within 1,000 kilometers of the comet and is maneuvering to match velocity. The space probe took an amazing photo. (Ugliest looking comet that I have ever seen!)
The space probe will send a lander to the comet's surface. (Next year, maybe?)
Unfortunately, the European Space Agency is not as open with their data as the American space agency is. They let their people study the photos first before they release them to the public.
The space probe has passed within 1,000 kilometers of the comet and is maneuvering to match velocity.
ESA Webcast is currently providing looping playback of the Rosetta mission and the rendezvous from earlier this morning.
I followed the link from http://www.universetoday.com with the title ... Rosetta on Final Approach to Historic Comet Rendezvous - Watch Live Here
-- 73 de JoAnne K9JKM [email protected] Editor, AMSAT Journal