UPDATED: European Space Probe Lands On Comet


UPDATE:The European Space Agency (ESA) said the robot lab, called Philae, had touched
down on the comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko in a high-risk manoeuvre more than
510 million kilometres (320 million miles) from Earth. “Our ambitious Rosetta
mission has secured another place in the history books,” he said.



Philae probe lands on comet. The Probe makes historic landing on comet 317 million miles away

The Philae probe has landed on Comet 67P, marking the first time a spacecraft
has touched down on a comet, according to the European Space Agency’s official

Report by Channnel4000.com probe

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