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Rosetta

(rəʊˈzɛtə)
n
(Placename) the former name of Rashid
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Ro•set•ta

(roʊˈzɛt ə)

n.
a town in N Egypt, on the Nile. 36,700.
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Our customers have been asking for the powerful and complex CryoEM structure determination and refinement capabilities of Rosetta, which we are now providing via consulting services to Cyrus customers.
"The sales and high levels of interest at Rosetta Gardens are continuing the success we have enjoyed for many years and would-be buyers should visit as soon as possible to avoid disappointment."
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The company said it will immediately begin marketing, selling and distributing the complete Rosetta Genomics portfolio and will ensure the uninterrupted availability of these important products for physicians and patients.
We have great data from five different instruments on how the surface changed and on the ejected material because Rosetta was, by chance, flying through the plume and looking at the right part of the surface when it happened," said Jessica in the report.
Rosetta accompanied Comet 67P for two years, orbiting the bilobed nucleus as it approached and survived its perihelion pass in August 2015 (S&T: Aug.
Onboard computers were programmed to shut down when Rosetta hit the comet.
Daniel Brown, astronomy expert at Nottingham Trent University, said the images resulting from the PS1billion Rosetta mission were "as powerful as Neil Armstrong's first steps on the Moon".
Rosetta took 10 years to reach 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko, then tagged along sending back data that scientists say they will spend decades analysing.
Rosetta had already been lying in its lonely resting place 485 million miles away on comet 67P/ Churyumov-Gerasimenko for nearly an hour, because of the 40 minutes it took for radio signals travel to Earth.