Physics World magazine has named ESA’s Rosetta mission as the 2014 Breakthrough of the Year!
The Physics World 2014 Breakthrough of the Year goes to ESA’s Rosetta mission for being the first to land a spacecraft on a comet. Nine other achievements are highly commended and cover topics ranging from nuclear physics to acoustics
The top-10 breakthroughs were chosen by a panel of six Physics World editors and reporters, and the criteria for judging the top 10 included
- fundamental importance of research;
- significant advance in knowledge;
- strong connection between theory and experiment; and
- general interest to all physicists.
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