A Neo-Noir Short Made from Actual Photos of Rosetta’s Historic Comet Landing

In 2016 an exciting mission came to its planned end. The Rosetta spacecraft made its final maneuver—a controlled hard-landing on the comet Churyumov-Gerasimenko (67p).

Before that, Rosetta accompanied the Comet for more than 2 years. It researched valuable scientific data, brought a lander to the comet’s surface and took a vast number of images.

In 2017, the ESA released over 400,000 images from Rosetta’s historic mission. Based on this incredible source material, motion designer Christian Stangl and composer Wolfgang Stangl, worked together to create this neo-noir short film.

(Photo: Panera Bread) Panera Bread is giving back in response to COVID-19 Have you been searching everywhere...
(Photo: Mercury Press) Miss England 2019 hangs up her crown to return to medical field as NHS worker Bhasha...
(Photo: KFC) KFC is also contributing to first responders Think of all the good news going on in the world...
(Photo: John Shearer/Invision/AP) Storytime with film legend Julie Andrews If you are a fan of Disney then...
(Photo: healthydirections.ca) Let's get physcial, with Jane Fonda Jane Fonda, 82, has posted her very first...
(Photo: Gamespot) Gaming with your friends and practicing social distancing A lot of people have been...
(Photo: Ina Garten/Instagram) Famous TV chef is chilling with cocktails while social distancing Stuck in...
(Photo: Star Wars / Press) Remembering the late "Star Wars" actor British actor and dialect coach Andrew Jack...
(Photo: Groninger Museum) The Singer Lauren museum was robbed of Van Gogh art pieces At 3:15 a.m. on Sunday...
(Photo: gotechdaily.com) Longing to learn a new skill while stuck in self-isolation? Have no fear because...
(Photo: Instacart) Instacart is looking for new employees Instacart is looking to hire 300,000 “full...
(Photo: PHILIP FONG/AFP via Getty Images) The 2020 Olympics is now the 2021 Olympics This marked the first...