Follow the Rosetta mission landing live on 12 November
10 November 2014
Rosetta will release the Philae lander at 08:35 GMT/09:35 CET on 12 November at a distance of approximately 22.5 km from the centre of the comet. Landing will be about seven hours later at around 15:30 GMT/16:30 CET.
With a one-way signal travel time between Rosetta and Earth on 12 November of 28 minutes 20 seconds, that means that confirmation of separation will arrive on Earth ground stations at 09:03 GMT/10:03 CET and of touchdown at around 16:00 GMT/17:00 CET.
Follow the landing events throughout the day via
Live TV programme from the ESOC Mission Control Room,
Cologne Lander Control Centre and
Toulouse Science Operations and Navigation Centre
Regular updates on the Rosetta blog (blogs.esa.int/rosetta)