posted on Nov, 29 2014 @ 04:57 AM
a reply to: Tallone
Nice rage, bro, keep it up.
The lander returned a plethora of valuable data, which will be examined and studied thoroughly, and the findings published in their due time. Rosetta
(the main part of the mission, btw) is still up there, alive and kicking, and doing its thing.
The mission is for science, not for public amusement.
Practically all science cameras in space work in B&W, in conjunctions with scientific filters. NAVCAM images are B&W because that camera is used for
navigation, not for creating pretty colourful pictures to please the public. Hopefully, we will see some colour images from OSIRIS soon.