Breathtaking. Simply breathtaking.

Rosetta captured this stunning end-to-end image of Comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko on August 7, and ESA released it to the public today.  And it’s frankly stunning.


And if you have 3D glasses, they’ve also made an anaglyph of the scene, combining the above image with another taken seventeen minutes later, so that the spacecraft’s motion provides the separation needed to view the comet in 3D.


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