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SMART-1 and Rosetta Update
SMART-1 and Rosetta Update
24 Mar 2004
(Source: European Space Agency)

Wednesday, 24-Mar-2004 - Update from ESA Science and Technology web site

ESA's two most recently launched spacecraft continue to operate in good health. SMART-1, now nearly six months in orbit, has come through the 20 day long eclipse period performing extremely well and is continuing its journey to the Moon. The ROSETTA spacecraft and payload commissioning activities are proceeding as scheduled and both the lander and orbiter are in good condition.

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SMART-1 Status Report -
ROSETTA Status Report -


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