A Neo-Noir Short Created With The Actual Photos of Rosetta’s Famous Comet Landing

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Back in 2016, a challenging mission came to its planned end. The Rosetta spacecraft made its last maneuver—a controlled hard-landing on the comet Churyumov-Gerasimenko (67p).

Rosetta followed the Comet for more than 2 years. It examined important scientific data, brought a lander to the comet’s exterior and took a large number of images.

In 2017, the ESA released over 400,000 images from Rosetta’s iconic mission. Based on this unbelievable source material, motion designer Christian Stangl and composer Wolfgang Stangl, worked with each other to create this neo-noir short movie.


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