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A Massive Comet "Lands" In Brooklyn | Mashable

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Published on May 29, 2014

Architect Jason Klimoski of StudioKCA partnered with David Delgado and Dan Goods of NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory's Visual Strategy Studio, and the World Science Festival to create a mystifying massive space comet in Brooklyn Bridge Park to celebrate The International Rosetta Mission.

After a ten year journey, the Rosetta Mission will conclude when the Rosetta satellite lands on Comet C-G, allowing researchers to understand the origins of water on Earth.

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