This year, the two major international conferences for planteray science – DPS and EPSC – are joined in Pasadena, CA. Obviously, I’m excited to see the great results from the three space missions currently investigating small bodies: ESA/Rosetta, NASA/New Horizons and NASA/Dawn. Here is my contribution to the Rosetta results, with a spectral mapping in visible and near-infrared made from the ground with ESO/VLT instruments MUSE and SINFONI. The observations (made in March 2016) were great, but the comet was really at the limit of what we could achieve from the ground, even if it seemed to have a small outburst just before we started observing in Chile.