Scientists are racing against the clock to inspect soil samples and get the lander un-stuck
The lander's harpoon anchors didn't deploy, but it looks like Philae will bounce back ... literally
The Rosetta mission is about to land where no spacecraft has ever landed before.
The area formerly known as ‘Site J’ will now be referred to as ‘Agilkia’
Now comes the hard part: actually landing.
The first ever landing on a comet may be a bumpy one.
Now to figure out where to land…
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