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Rosetta education resources

This page collates a number of resources relating to the Rosetta mission of interest to educators that can be found on the ESA websites.

 

Educational resources

Teach with Rosetta
A new dedicated website filled with information, classroom resources and student activities that link school sciences to the Rosetta mission.
Primary school level lessons
Rosetta lessons for primary school level are available here.
Secondary school level lessons
Rosetta lessons for secondary school level are available here.
Paxi - Rosetta and comets
Follow Paxi to the edge of the Solar System to discover the world of comets and learn about the Rosetta mission. Watch the video in ESA's gallery.
 

Paper model

A paper model of the Rosetta and Philae cartoon figures is available for download here (PDF).

e-book

Impressions of Rosetta's legacy
This e-book is a collection of public contributions to celebrate the impact of the European Space Agency's Rosetta mission (2004-2016).
 

Once upon a time ... Cartoon series

Wake Up Rosetta!
Watch the video on ESA's YouTube channel.
Watch it in ESA's gallery in one of five languages:  en    fr    de    it    es
Listen to the soundtrack on SoundCloud
Are we there yet?
Watch the video on ESA's YouTube channel.
Watch it in ESA's gallery in one of five languages:  en    fr    de    it    es
Are we there yet? - Competition trailer
Watch the video on ESA's YouTube channel.
Watch it in ESA's gallery in one of five languages:  en    fr    de    it    es
Fabulous fables and tales of tails
Watch the video on ESA's YouTube channel.
Watch it in ESA's gallery in one of five languages:  en    fr    de    it    es
Preparing for comet landing
Watch the video on ESA's YouTube channel.
Watch it in ESA's gallery in one of five languages:  en    fr    de    it    es
Comet landing
Watch the video on ESA's YouTube channel.
Watch it in ESA's gallery in one of five languages:  en    fr    de    it    es
Living with a comet
Watch the video on ESA's YouTube channel.
Watch it in ESA's gallery in one of five languages:  en    fr    de    it    es
Rosetta's second year at the comet
Watch the video on ESA's YouTube channel.
Watch it in ESA's gallery in one of five languages:  en    fr    de    it    es
Rosetta's grand finale
Watch the video on ESA's YouTube channel.
Watch it in ESA's gallery in one of five languages:  en    fr    de    es    es
Mission complete
Watch the video on ESA's YouTube channel.
Watch it in ESA's gallery in one of five languages:  en    fr    de    es    es
The adventures of Rosetta and Philae - the complete story
Watch the video on ESA's YouTube channel.
Watch it in ESA's gallery in one of five languages:  en    fr    de    es    es
 

#AskRosetta - YouTube series

How long does it take for Rosetta to transmit a signal to Earth?
Watch the answer on ESA's YouTube channel.
Who sends the commands to Rosetta?
Watch the answer on ESA's YouTube channel.
How was Philae's landing site chosen?
Watch the answer on ESA's YouTube channel.
 

Rosetta mission brochures

Rosetta - Rendezvous with a comet
This ESA Brochure (BR-318) descibes Rosetta's 10-year journey to comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko and how the mission is set to unlock the secrets of the Solar System.

Rosetta - Living with a comet
This ESA Brochure (BR-321) describes the Rosetta mission, from its journey to comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko and the historical landing of the Philae lander on the comet's surface, to some of the mission's early results, while it continues to live with the comet.

 

Rosetta Google+ Hangout replays

ESAHangout: How do we journey to a comet?
Watch the replay on ESA's YouTube channel.
ESAHangout: Where will Philae land?
Watch the replay on ESA's YouTube channel.
ESAHangout: Briefing: Rosetta science and countdown to comet landing
Watch the replay on ESA's YouTube channel.

ESAHangout: Rosetta mission: Results from comet landing
Watch the replay on ESA's YouTube channel.

ESAHangout: Rosetta mission's day in the Sun
Watch the replay on ESA's YouTube channel.


Last Update: 21 February 2017

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