A visitor leans close to the Rosetta Comet, created in Brooklyn Bridge Park on January 22, 2016, as part of the World Science Festival to show what a comet really looks like.
The Jet Propulsion Laboratory’s Visual Strategy Studio partnered with US Rosetta Mission at JPL, StudioKCA architect Jason Klimoski and the World Science Festival to create the comet, which is 9 feet high by 12 feet long, made of steel, and exudes a fine mist to mimic the comet’s tail. Rosetta gets its name from the famous Rosetta stone that led to the deciphering of Egyptian hieroglyphics almost 200 years ago.
The World Science Festival has drawn more over two million visitors, with millions more viewing programs online. Programs include discussions, debates, theatrical works, interactive explorations, musical performances, intimate salons, and major outdoor experiences in parks, museums, galleries and performing arts venues across New York City.
A visitor leans close to the Rosetta Comet. The Jet Propulsion Laboratory’s Visual Strategy Studio partnered with US Rosetta Mission at JPL, StudioKCA architect Jason Klimoski and the World Science Festival to create the comet, which is 9 feet high by
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