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Rosetta crashes into comet: Live from the Nature studio

Follow's Rosetta's descent to the surface of comet 67-P after more than a decade in space.

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lowry-thumb.jpeg Stephen Lowry is a member of the science team for the OSIRIS optical camera on board Rosetta, and an asteroid and cometary scientist at the University of Kent’s Centre for Astrophysics and Planetary Science.
Geraint-Jones.jpg Geraint Jones is a planetary scientist at University College London’s Mullard Space Science Laboratory, and part of the team behind Rosetta’s on-board plasma sensors. Follow him on Twitter.
gibney-nature.jpg Elizabeth Gibney is a senior physical sciences reporter for Nature. Follow her on Twitter.
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doi:10.1038/nature.2016.20684

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