09. 10. 2018 17:43
Soaring silently through space at 38 kilometres every second, the comet known as 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko had secrets that needed to be uncovered. The solution, according to the European Space Agency, was the famous Rosetta mission, which involved landing a probe on the surface of this duck-shaped rock in the depths of space. The mission was an incredible success, but the work continues, four years later. The data recovered from the Philae lander is still being verified, with the help of Slovak researchers, as you'll find out.