ESA: At least 90 minutes to get Rosetta health report

The European Space Agency (ESA) has said it will take at least an hour-and-a-half to get a health report from the Rosetta spacecraft:

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The #Rosetta mission control team now readying pre-defined telecommands to upload to @esa_rosetta

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With one-way signal time of 45mins, it will take at least 90mins to get health report from @esa_rosetta - for now basic radio signal only

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