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  • NASA Will Use Giant Balloon to Intercept C...(00:57)
  • NASA is going pretty low-tech. It’s sending a giant balloon to study the Comet ISON and just like a typical balloon, it’ll be filled with helium. But ...
  • Date: October 01, 2013
  • Source: Mashable
  • Astronomers Observe Siding Spring Comet Pa...(01:08)
  • A comet has passed Mars, traveling at speeds of 125 thousand miles per hour as astronomers watched using satellites in atmospheric orbit, and rovers p...
  • Date: October 20, 2014
  • Source: GeoBeats
  • Rosetta Probe Reaches Comet to Study Origi...(02:28)
  • It's been traveling through space for a decade, but when Rosetta reaches — and eventually lands on — a comet, it will be firsts for space exploration.
  • Date: August 06, 2014
  • Source: Newsy
  • Comet Landing Site Chosen By Rosetta Team(01:10)
  • Landing the Rosetta probe’s robot, Philae, on a speeding comet has been a 2-decade undertaking, and scientists are finally nearing the moment of touch...
  • Date: September 15, 2014
  • Source: GeoBeats
  • Rosetta Space Probe Tracks Double Comet(01:12)
  • The European Space Agency’s Rosetta probe is following the 67P comet, and according to recent images, they have just discovered it is actually two obj...
  • Date: July 17, 2014
  • Source: GeoBeats
  • Space Probe Observes Comet Releasing Water(01:12)
  • The European Space Agency’s Rosetta probe is observing a comet in deep-space that is shedding over half a pint of water every second. Using the Microw...
  • Date: July 01, 2014
  • Source: GeoBeats
  • NASA Spacecrafts Get Ready For Comet Comin...(01:07)
  • A comet is approaching Mars, and NASA is being forced to move their spacecrafts which are orbiting our neighboring red planet. There are currently two...
  • Date: July 29, 2014
  • Source: GeoBeats

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