An exhibition of artworks by Ekaterina Smirnova, inspired by the Rosetta Mission to the comet 67P, at the European Space Agency (ESTEC, the Netherlands) in collaboration with ESTEC Fine Arts Club.
Organized by Claudia Mignone.
Photo: Rosetta spacecraft model and "67P III" painting
Photography credit: Christophe Carreau, ESA
Crater-shaped formation is visible on both, however, in reality this structure appears to be a sinkhole, formed by the comet's activity, when water and dust is extracted from the comet's nucleus via jets, the latest scientific research suggests.
Comet 67P model, "67P VII" painting
Clarinetist, Wales, performing his solo composition "67P Phases".
Ekaterina Smirnova's talk at ESA.
April 1, 2016
Johannes Benkhoff, Rosetta Project Scientist, ESA
Joe Zender, BepiColombo Deputy Project Scientist, ESA
Lee Mottram, clarinetist collaborator, Wales, UK
Ekaterina Smirnova, artist, New York, USA
Matt Taylor, Rosetta Project Scientist, ESA
European Space Research and Technology Centre
Noordwijk, the Netherlands