It has been the longest lasting project for my events‘ career – I have produced the launch event in 2004, several media briefings and events along its ten years‘ flight, the events for wakeup in 2014, for the arrival at its target comet and several ones when it was orbiting it. The Rosetta mission is a superlative by its own and I am happy I could follow it all the way long, the landing in 2014 included, which was broadcasted by more than 200 media from all over the world.

Today afternoon, the Rosetta spacecraft has been deorbited to its target comet’s surface, delivering the final data and images of its outstanding science mission. It was a bit sad to see it all end.