Rosetta begins maneuvers for November 11 Philae landing

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Rosetta today successfully completed an 82 second engine burn to adjust its position relative to Comet 67P/C-G, both to get better pictures of the Philae landing site as well as begin the maneuvers for getting into position for that landing.


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