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Rosetta the Comet Chaser

Rosetta

  As someone who loves space, this last week has been another exciting one in our exploration of space. The Rosetta spacecraft which launched when I was a teenager in 1997 came to the end of its mission, crashing into comet 67P. This amazing mission is a testament to the power of STEM.  Engineers in the 1980s designed and built Rosetta, scientists …

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Its only Rocket Science

rocketscience

Ask me anything I’m a rocket scientist! I used to love saying that to people (I was a teenager at the time!). Now that a few years have passed I say it less, however I do love telling people about my career in the space industry because they never stop reminding me of how, cool, amazing, unbelievable (and many more …

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