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Rosetta Spacecraft

Object information

The Rosetta Spacecraft is a space probe launched by the European Space Agency (ESA) on March 2, 2004 to study in detail comet 67P/Churyumov–Gerasimenko.

The chart covers an area of 45x30 arc minutes, which is roughly equivalent of full Moon's apparent size.

Latest updates

A high precision photographic sky map showing the position of Rosetta Spacecraft in real time.

Current close conjunctions

List of bright objects (stars brighter than magnitude 9.0 and galaxies brighter than magmitude 14.0) close to Rosetta Spacecraft (less than 1.5 degrees):

TypeNameMagnitudeArDec
StarHIP 969408.304819h 42m 23s-26° 26’ 37”
StarHIP 97113019h 44m 10s-26° 32’ 35”
StarHIP 971958.117419h 45m 14s-27° 23’ 46”
StarHIP 972877.481619h 46m 19s-27° 15’ 56”
StarHIP 973407.52219h 47m 00s-26° 29’ 25”
StarHIP 973907.672219h 47m 39s-25° 37’ 35”
StarHIP 974088.450219h 47m 52s-27° 43’ 55”
StarHIP 976137.356819h 50m 21s-26° 42’ 56”
StarHIP 976488.090419h 50m 46s-27° 21’ 00”
StarHIP 976847.315419h 51m 10s-27° 28’ 19”
StarHIP 978807.917419h 53m 24s-26° 56’ 36”
StarHIP 979317.637619h 54m 10s-26° 41’ 45”
GalaxyESO 526-711.919h 49m 35s-26° 25’ 54”

Astronomy databases

This online sky chart is created using the following astronomy databases and services:

  1. The Digitized Sky Survey, a photographic survey of the whole sky created using images from different telescopes, including the Oschin Schmidt Telescope on Palomar Mountain
  2. The Hipparcos Star Catalogue, containing more than 100.000 bright stars
  3. The PGC 2003 Catalogue, containing information about 1 million galaxies
  4. The GSC 2.3 Catalogue, containing information about more than 2 billion stars and galaxies
Please see the acknowledgements section.

About the data, and how to use it

TheSkyLive.com offers live information, ephemeris computations, astronomical sky charts for the most important Solar System objects. You can use the live position charts during your observation sessions, to point your telescope and identify the object on the sky background. The ephemeris computations feature can be used to plan your astronomical observations in the future.

Please note: we aim to provide high quality data obtained from the JPL Horizons ephemeris service. Please keep in mind that for objects like comets, there might be high discrepancies between the magnitude information we are showing here and the actual value. This happens because comets' magnitude is highly influenced by physical phenomena which can be hardly modelled and calculated in advance.

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