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Vote Now! Best Space Stories of the Week – Jan. 26, 2014

Sleeping Rosetta Spacecraft Wakes Up for Historic Comet Rendezvous and Landing

ESA - Jürgen Mai

The European Rosetta probe awoke from a deep sleep Monday (Jan. 20) to gear up for an unprecedented comet rendezvous and landing this year that will cap a 10-year voyage across the solar system. Here’s what’s next for the spacecraft.

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NEXT: Neutrino Telescopes Launch New Era of Astronomy

Neutrino Telescopes Launch New Era of Astronomy

IceCube Collaboration

IceCube Neutrino Observatory recently found evidence of extraterrestrial neutrinos, heralding a new era of neutrino astronomy that could reveal secrets of cosmic rays and dark matter.

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