Rosetta © CNES
Rosetta © CNES
Science and technology
An international scientific team bringing together researchers from the Universities of Paris-Est Créteil Val de Marne (UPEC), Orléans, Paris-Sud and Grenoble-Alpes as well as the CNRS have detected high-molecular-weight organic matter in the dust emitted by the comet's core. Obtained from the COSIMA instrument (Mission Rosetta), these findings have been published in the journal Nature.
Publié le September 8, 2016
Mis à jour le February 14, 2017

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