Just under a year ago we began working on a collaborative project entitled g-Astronomy. Since then we have participated at events including the Science Museum Lates, Imperial College Festival and the Cheltenham Science Festival.

Most recently we have been working on a project for the European Space Agency’s to mark the completion of the Rosetta mission. A space probe which spent two years performing a detailed study of the Comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko. Our head of development Stefano de Costanzo took up the challenge of making 2000 miniature replicas of the comet for the ESA. The below is a short video showing the process;

We would like to extend a our thanks to;

Mattias Malmer for design and the development of the moulds

Roberto Trotta for introducing us to the ESA and liaising on the project

Mark McCaughrean for giving us the opportunity to work on such a unique project