This video recorded during the Rosetta Science Operations Scheduling Legacy Workshop in October 2017, show university students learning how science operations scheduling is done at ESA and what tools are used. Exercises were performed with the support of the experts who did the scheduling for the real mission using the actual science operations scheduling software (MAPPS) that produced the final experiment commanding for the spacecraft.
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