Watch a 360° video of Rosetta spacecraft meeting Comet 67P

Rosetta_anim_NAVCAM_67P_approach_295In connection to the California Academy's of Science's latest planetarium show "Incoming!" our visualization studio has created this awe inspiring, 360 degree video of a nearby comet. The video depicts the European Space Agency's Rosetta spacecraft buzzing near comet 67P, also known as Churyumov-Gerasimenko (or “Churi” for short). You can see Rosetta launch a small lander called Philae that eventually touched down on the surface of 67P.

Check out the video below or at this link.  Be sure and set your browser for the highest video setting and move your mouse around for the full effect!


Check out this and other stunning animations shown during our latest planetarium show "Incoming!" that just opened at the California Academy of Sciences. If you think this looks good on your computer, imagine it on one of the largest all-digital planetarium domes in the world! Kudos for our viz studio team for the gorgeous, interactive simulation.



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