ROSETTA PROBE SUCCESSULLY LANDS ON COMET
Success! Just as foreseen in the Torah. Updated (11/17/2014)
On November 12, 2014 the European Space Agency landed the Rosetta spacecraft’s lander on Comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko at about 300,000,000 miles from Earth. On the matrix below, against odds of about 2,087 to 1, we see that the only ELS of ROSETTA COMET is encoded with SUCCESSFUL at skip +1 and an ELS of the Hebrew year of the landing, 5775. This landing is important just because it will allow us to learn about the origin and composition of comets, but because it also demonstrates that given a sufficient amount of time (this flight took over 10 years - launch was on March 2, 2004), we can deliver a nuclear weapon to an inbound comet that might threaten our planet. Although the landing was successful, it touched down in the shadow of a cliff - a problem for its solar power. After sending back data for a few days the lander had to go into hibernation with the hope of more sunshine to operate it later in its orbit in March, 2015.