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#52 - PonylionHD search that a-team ************ on you… 11/21/2014 on Get on my level +1
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#55 - so its literally just landing it is whats amazing about it? th…  [+] (2 new replies) 11/13/2014 on -Science intensifies- 0
User avatar #60 - totallybraindeadz (11/13/2014) [-]
It's mainly to examine the structure and behaviour of the comet, so we know more about it. Which could definitely be useful if it comes to an Armageddon type scenario where we have to figure out some way of destroying or deflecting a comet on a collision course. The experience gained in the act of getting something onto a comet intact would also be useful in that kind of situation. This is just practical stuff, there's plenty more reasons that at least partly just boil down to scientific curiosity.

Plus it's not really practical to pick it up again if/when it comes back past. It takes quite a lot of energy to get the satellite to the comet and get it into orbit where it can then drop its probe. To retrieve it we would have to use the same amount of energy getting another rocket there, and the same amount of energy bringing it back again, not to mention all the extra weight and complexity needed to equip the probe to get it back off the surface and into orbit again where it could be picked up. Plus there's not really much point, it has instruments on board to examine the composition of the comet and transmitters to beam all the info back home. There's not really any reason to bring it back.

TL;DR: It is doing useful things, and there really isn't any point in bringing it back, it can do its job perfectly well just sitting there.
User avatar #57 - pickaxe (11/13/2014) [-]
nah,there's science stuff to do,I'm not sure what exactly though,seeing as noone's really done this before.So,I guess that's all of it,getting up close with a thingie,nobody could study in this detail before.

It's a science thing,I guess,I dunno,really.
woo,progress!
#52 - I kinda dont understand why this is really great besides like …  [+] (4 new replies) 11/13/2014 on -Science intensifies- 0
User avatar #54 - pickaxe (11/13/2014) [-]
because philae ain't all that big,and movin' pretty fast.So it shows how far they've come in precision even though they're not sure if they landed 100% correctly
User avatar #55 - hazardpay (11/13/2014) [-]
so its literally just landing it is whats amazing about it? that kinda dumb in my opinion, i figured they would have some sort of camera feed or video recording its expeditions through space and grabbing the thing when the comet came back around, this is kinda a waste :/
User avatar #60 - totallybraindeadz (11/13/2014) [-]
It's mainly to examine the structure and behaviour of the comet, so we know more about it. Which could definitely be useful if it comes to an Armageddon type scenario where we have to figure out some way of destroying or deflecting a comet on a collision course. The experience gained in the act of getting something onto a comet intact would also be useful in that kind of situation. This is just practical stuff, there's plenty more reasons that at least partly just boil down to scientific curiosity.

Plus it's not really practical to pick it up again if/when it comes back past. It takes quite a lot of energy to get the satellite to the comet and get it into orbit where it can then drop its probe. To retrieve it we would have to use the same amount of energy getting another rocket there, and the same amount of energy bringing it back again, not to mention all the extra weight and complexity needed to equip the probe to get it back off the surface and into orbit again where it could be picked up. Plus there's not really much point, it has instruments on board to examine the composition of the comet and transmitters to beam all the info back home. There's not really any reason to bring it back.

TL;DR: It is doing useful things, and there really isn't any point in bringing it back, it can do its job perfectly well just sitting there.
User avatar #57 - pickaxe (11/13/2014) [-]
nah,there's science stuff to do,I'm not sure what exactly though,seeing as noone's really done this before.So,I guess that's all of it,getting up close with a thingie,nobody could study in this detail before.

It's a science thing,I guess,I dunno,really.
woo,progress!
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#1 - chillijalapeno (10/20/2013) [-]
Have this.
#2 to #1 - hazardpay ONLINE (10/20/2013) [-]
This just practically made my day dude, I'll do my best to use it whenever i can . have this versatile picture as thanks!
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