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Friday, September 30, 2016

Rosetta


Published on Sep 30, 2016 Ebotronix

I'm guessing based on the name, this is a little tribute to Rosetta: "On 30 September 2016, the Rosetta spacecraft ended its mission by landing on the comet near a pit called Deir el-Medina."

"Clavia D Drum 4 se, Moog Taurus 2 Bass
Eurorack Modular Synth
- ~ +
4ms Peg, QCD/Expander² , QPLFO, VCA Matrix
Analogue Systems RS 100², RS 110²², RS 360²
Bananalogue Serge VCS
Doepfer R 2m², A101-2, A131², A133², A134²² , A141,
A143-2,9, A151²², A152, A156², A160, A175²²², A185-2(12x),
A138m,a²²b²²c²²², A 191-2 (Lexicon MPX 100 midi CC)
Cynthia's Zeroscillator
Flame Chord Machine, Q Slider²
foh choices
Make Noise Brains ,PP², Maths², MDM², Optomix, QMMG, RenĂ©
Malekko Anti ²², Unkle²², Jag
Moog Taurus 2, Freqbox²²
Roland System 104 Sequencer
SSL Modulation Orgy
Tip Top Audio Z 8000
Toppobrillo Quantimator² (aeolian) Sportmodulator, TWF
Logic masterclock to Kenton Pro 2000
FX : Boss EF 303, RV5², Lexicon MPX 100²
Roger Linn Adrenalinn 2
mackie the mixer³, Dynacord SM 8030
vid #1601"


Update: Rosetta's Farewell via APOD

"Image Credit & Copyright: ESA, Rosetta, MPS, OSIRIS; UPD/LAM/IAA/SSO/INTA/UPM/DASP/IDA
Explanation: After closely following comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko for 786 days as it rounded the Sun, the Rosetta spacecraft's controlled impact with the comet's surface was confirmed by the loss of signal from the spacecraft on September 30, 2016. One the images taken during its final descent, this high resolution view looks across the comet's stark landscape. The scene spans just over 600 meters (2,000 feet), captured when Rosetta was about 16 kilometers from the comet's surface. Rosetta's descent to the comet brought to an end the operational phase of an inspirational mission of space exploration. Rosetta deployed a lander to the surface of one of the Solar System's most primordial worlds and witnessed first hand how a comet changes when subject to the increasing intensity of the Sun's radiation. The decision to end the mission on the surface is a result of the comet's orbit now taking it to the dim reaches beyond Jupiter where there would be a lack of power to operate the spacecraft. Mission operators also faced an approaching period where the Sun would be close to line-of-sight between Earth and Rosetta, making radio communications increasingly difficult."

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