File:Rosetta.jpg

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English: A 3D model of the Rosetta Spacecraft. This is not a true representation of Rosetta as the actual spacecraft is protected by black multi layer insulation blankets, the High Gain is also black. Also the individual scientific payloads are highlighted in different colours on this model. The image was created using Celestia.
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00:35, 25 July 2006 1,177 × 478 (80,307 bytes) w:en:IanShazell (talk | contribs) A 3D model of the Rosetta Spacecraft. This is not a true representation of Rosetta as the actual spacecraft is protected by black multi layer insulation blankets, the High Gain and Medium Gain Antennas also black. Also the individual scientific payloads

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current02:07, 2 June 2007Thumbnail for version as of 02:07, 2 June 20071,177 × 478 (78 KB)Jojochuang~commonswikiA 3D model of the Rosetta Spacecraft. This is not a true representation of Rosetta as the actual spacecraft is protected by black multi layer insulation blankets, the High Gain is also black. Also the individual scientific payloads are highlighted in dif

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