Twenty-five years ago, during the night of 13-14 March 1986, the Giotto spacecraft swept within 600 km of Comet Halley, obtaining the first ever close-up images of a comet nucleus. The encounter revealed the first evidence of organic material in a comet and still today, much of what we know about comets comes from the pioneering Giotto mission.
Giotto 25 years movie
ISS with Space Shuttle “Endeavour” and ATV-2 Docked
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