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  • 07.11.2014: Good vibrations, bad vibrations – engineering an AFM for space

    An atomic force microscope (AFM) is a very sensitive instrument, often mounted in the lab on a special table which dampens vibrations. Now think of a rocket launch – about as far from “vibration free” as you can get! So … Continue reading
    Source: lunartech

  • 30.03.2014: Scanning the deep space hibernation target

    Throughout the 957 hibernation period of Rosetta, MIDAS has been in its “exposure” mode, with a clean target positioned at the funnel and the shutter open. Although the Solar System is full of dust, we didn’t expect to collect much, … Continue reading
    Source: lunartech

  • 30.03.2014: Scanning the deep space hibernation target

    Throughout the 957 hibernation period of Rosetta, MIDAS has been in its “exposure” mode, with a clean target positioned at the funnel and the shutter open – see the diagram below to get an idea of the gemoetry. Although the … Continue reading
    Source: lunartech

  • 30.03.2014: Software upgrade at 655 million kilometres

    Software upgrades are something we are all too familiar with – almost every day small fixes, or patches, are ready to download to our computers, phones and tablets. Mostly these are a minor inconvenience, but sometimes something goes wrong and … Continue reading
    Source: lunartech

  • 30.03.2014: Software upgrade at 655 million kilometres

    Please note: this article first appeared on the ESA Rosetta Blog here Software upgrades are something we are all too familiar with – almost every day small fixes, or patches, are ready to download to our computers, phones and tablets. … Continue reading
    Source: lunartech

  • 30.03.2014: Waking MIDAS

    Please note: this article appeared first, in abridged for, on the ESA Rosetta Blog here After nearly 1000 days in hibernation, Rosetta was successfully woken up and recommissioned; the spacecraft is healthy and ready to get down to science at … Continue reading
    Source: lunartech


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  • [21.10.2018] New article published in Journal of Applied Ecology : Bat overpasses: an insufficient solution to restore habitat connectivity [...] more
  • [21.10.2018] New article published in Journal of Applied Ecology : Missing the people for the trees: Identifying coupled natural??human system [...] more
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