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A monument dedicated to the engineer of the "Rosetta" study in Guinea

A monument dedicated to the engineer of the “Rosetta” study in Guinea

In Pasandur, in the greenest part of the hamlet, there is a monument to the engineer Bruno Cardini, who was born there 73 years ago, even though he lived in Holland. Weberde Cardini attended the opening ceremony, explaining: சனை The idea of ​​a moment? I was surprised when they told me. But basically it was a teaching tool and it made me very happy. After graduating with a degree in electrical engineering from Cardin, Idis Delposo and Turin Polytechnic, he competed with the European Space Agency (ESA) in the 1970s. He stayed in Holland for two years, but he stayed there for the rest of his life.

To become the project leader of the highly ambitious space mission through the “Rosetta” study built between 2004 and 2016 for a comet study. In 12 years, he orbited the Earth and Mars with gravitational forces and the spacecraft Stains and Lutetia. This monument appears almost concise, but with historical, technical and scientific explanations tells the path of the study and the planets. Cardini coordinated other space exploration projects with NASA. Back team leader Mauro Trepini: “We wanted to pay homage to a boy who started around and conquered the world and space. Bruno comes here often, he has roots there.”.

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