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This Short Film Based on the Images Taken by Rosetta is Worth Watching!

An adventurous mission that began a few years back marked its ending in 2016 when Rosetta spacecraft landed on a comet named Churyumov-Gerasimenko (67p). The landing though hard was controlled one.

Before making a final landing, for two good years, Rosetta had been revolving around the comet. It took lots of images and other relevant data to be used for scientific analysis. It was only after this, that a safe contact was made with the surface of the comet.

The images taken by Rosetta were released by the ESA in 2017. These were some 400,000 images. These bundles of images were used by the composer Wolfgang Stangl and the motion designer Christian Stangl to produce this amazing neo-noir short film

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