New Images from Philae Reveal Comet's Ancient Surface - Universe Today
We may not know exactly where Philae is, but it’s doing a bang-up job sending its first photos from comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko. After bouncing three times on the surface, the lander is tilted vertically with one foot in open space in a “handstand” position. When viewing the photographs, it’s good to keep that in mind. Although it’s … Continue reading "New Images from Philae Reveal Comet’s Ancient Surface"