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It's perfect. Boeing is the "safe bet" - with lot's of technology, infrastructure, capital, people, facilities etc. While SpaceX is the "maverick" - just pushing the envelope in every considerable way. And they're led by Elon the Kerbal Musk Himself. It kind of reminds me of Intel and AMD a little, actually. Back in the days it was also decided  that there needs to be two providers of 8080-microchip technology to push production volumes, quality and prices. Same thing with the modern space race. Yeah don't get me wrong - it's all about partnership, sure... but there's also nothing wrong with having a mental mindset of "needing to be better than someone else". I'm sure SpaceX engineers want to beat Boeing engineers and vice versa, and that sort of stuff. That sort of friendly, pride-based competition. So Kudos to NASA for playin' it right.

Space... i can smell it already!
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Oh the irony :P Makes you wonder who the real kerbals are...
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Helsinki, Finland, 2 degrees celcius and smooth gray overcast. No shadows outside, and none in my heart.
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Världens bästa ord: karra =)
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As i'm sure many other kerbonauts have done, I've been pondering the Rosetta mission design these past few days. These are my biggest questionmarks right now. Why do you guys suppose:

1) there was a separate lander in the first place. Why not simply land Rosetta itself on the comet, or hover above it's surface like the upcoming Osiris-Rex mission? Having a lander imho adds huge complexity to the space craft and mission design. Which in a way is quite typical of how european design tends to be... so i guess that's one possible answer: it's a cultural thing.

2) My gut feeling have always been that Philae would most likely bounce off the surface (at least by a few tens of meters) and then "get stuck" by something sticking up from the surface as 67P rotates underneath. The thing that surprises me most about the landing is that the lander was instructed to start sciencing immediately on impact, instead of storing energy, making sure it's batteries are warm and that enough sunlight is recieved. You know... because of Murphy's law and all (oh GOD interstellar was good scifi btw!)... one would assume that everything will go horribly wrong. Why not max out chances of survival? Odds are high you end up in a "bad" location and have to move somewhere else. OK I realize this was designed loooong ago and humanity has learned lots about space craft survivability in space. But still...

3) why wasn't rosetta put in  geostationary orbit around 67P prior to  / immediately after landing? That way we could have stayed in contact longer. Perhaps the dV costs for such a maneuver would have been to large.

Being a farily seasoned kerbonaut myself (ie. having experienved LOTS of failures!) the above steos to reduce risks are no-brainers to me. What about you guys? 

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+virgilio moncada But it did do all its science experiments before the battery ran out like planned. The lander is now very far from the sun and receives little solar power, so we'll just have to see if it can be woken up when the comet is closer to the sun the coming months.
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I totally agree that the robots where some of the best characters. Maybe it's only me but don't they look suspiciously similar to the 2001 monolith? Only with 75 percent better humor =)
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Aah så jävla soft att det knappt är sant heller!
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