ASL Students Wake-Up Call for Hibernating Rosetta Comet Probe

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Europe’s Rosetta comet probe is due to end 31 months of deep space slumber with a wake-up call at 5 a.m. EST on Monday. First on Rosetta’s to-do list is warming up its star trackers, which are needed for navigation and positioning. Flight controllers expect that task to take about six hours.

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