After the Rosetta mission is over, The European Space Agency is looking at launching new missions, including two smaller comet proposals and probes to Mars, Mercury, Jupiter and the sun.
The Rosetta spacecraft captured images of its final resting place on the comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko during its end-of-mission crash landing.
ESA's comet chaser, Rosetta found complex organic molecules from dust grains surrounding a comet. An important discovery just before it runs out of fuel and crash to its death.
ESA’s Rosetta probe has captured images of a burst of light from the comet 67P. The outburst was said to be caused by a landslide.
ESA has released a video of the Rosetta probe’s two-year journey around the comet 67P.
Scientists have given up on locating the Philae lander as communications unit was permanently shut off.
The historic spacecraft Rosetta and its comet host are closer to the Sun than ever before, and that means one thing: breathtaking photos
Last November, a little lander called Philae left the side the Rosetta spacecraft to make history as the first manmade robot to alight on the surface of a comet. The trouble was, soon after the lander slipped from Rosetta's sight, it was never heard from again. Now, nearly eight months later, the lander is finally calling home, reassuring fretting scientists that it's awake and doing well.
It's been eight months since the European Space Agency's (ESA) Philae lander fell away from the Rosetta Spacecraft, on its way toward making history. Officially, it was the first piece of human technology ever to successfully land on a comet as it hurtled through space. However, soon after touchdown, the historic lander went missing. Now, investigators think they have found where Philae is hiding.