Just to remind everyone, for today it’s scheduled to let OSIRIS have a first look at 67P:
24 March – Pending successful re-activation, OSIRIS will take a first look in the direction of the comet. The comet will be too far away (around 5 million kilometres) to resolve in these first images and its light will be seen in just a couple of pixels. These images will be acquired regularly for navigation purposes and to already start planning the trajectory corrections planned for May.
ROSETTA READY FOR PAYLOAD CHECK-OUT; 2014-03-05; ESA; Source: http://blogs.esa.int/rosetta/2014/03/05/rosetta-ready-for-payload-check-out/
OSIRIS is a camera with wide- and narrow-angle optics along with quite a few filters for different spectra and was covered in part 2 of the “All eyes on Rosetta” series.
In the meantime, here an older picture OSIRIS took before going to sleep:
I can’t wait for OSIRIS’ first light after ending hibernation.