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Launched in March 2004, Rosetta, a robotic space probe, performed two

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Launched in March 2004, Rosetta, a robotic space probe, performed two successful asteroid flyby missions before going into hibernation; in January 2014, it was taken out of its 31-month long hibernation mode to make it approach comet 67P on which it landed in August 2014 for a detailed study.


A. performed two successful asteroid flyby missions before going into hibernation; in January 2014, it was taken out of its 31-month long hibernation mode to make it approach comet 67P on which it landed

B. performed two successful asteroid flyby missions before going into hibernation; it had been taken out of its 31-month long hibernation mode to make it approach, in January 2014, comet 67P on which it landed

C. has performed two successful asteroid flyby missions before it went into hibernation in January 2014; it was taken out of its 31-month long hibernation mode to make it approach comet 67P on which it landed

D. had performed two successful asteroid flyby missions before going into hibernation; in January 2014, it was taken out of its 31-month long hibernation mode to make it approach comet 67P, which landed

E. had performed two successful asteroid flyby missions before going into hibernation; in January 2014, it was taken out of its 31-month long hibernation mode to make it approach comet 67P, which has landed

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+1 for A.

A. performed two successful asteroid flyby missions before going into hibernation; in January 2014, it was taken out of its 31-month long hibernation mode to make it approach comet 67P on which it landed --> Correct, rectifies Verb-Tense error
B.performed two successful asteroid flyby missions before going into hibernation; it had been taken out of its 31-month long hibernation mode to make it approach, in January 2014, comet 67P on which it landed
C.has performed two successful asteroid flyby missions before it went into hibernation in January 2014; it was taken out of its 31-month long hibernation mode to make it approach comet 67P on which it landed
D.had performed two successful asteroid flyby missions before going into hibernation; in January 2014, it was taken out of its 31-month long hibernation mode to make it approach comet 67P, which landed
E.had performed two successful asteroid flyby missions before going into hibernation; in January 2014, it was taken out of its 31-month long hibernation mode to make it approach comet 67P, which has landed

Hence, A.
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