comet

UPDATE: As several readers have pointed out, the Landover Baptist Church is a parody site. Clearly we should have realised
The European Space Agency (ESA) landed on a comet on Wednesday in a remarkable first for space exploration. Not NASA. Unfortunately
Philae landed in a soft area on the 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko comet and dipped around 1.6in (4cm) before bouncing back up
Despite a tricky landing, the European Space Agency's Philae probe has begun to send data back to Earth from the surface
Jean Jacques Dordain, ESA director general, said: "Philae has landed… This is a big step for human civilisation. This is
The attempt to land the Philae space probe on a comet is "the most difficult landing in space history" experts have said
The Philae lander has separated from the Rosetta space probe, and is currently making its slow way towards the surface of
Clearly everyone is hoping that the European Space Agency's Rosetta spacecraft and Philae lander will successfully make it
A successful landing of the Philae probe on Comet 67P would mark the culmination of a mission that began with the launch
Let's just be clear - a comet doesn't really 'smell' of anything. Were you to expose your nostrils to its odour in deep space