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The European space craft which became the first man-made object to land on a comet in November might be about to 'wake up
Water - and life - on Earth probably did not start with comets, a study has said. The first data from the European Space
Please allow me to congratulate you and your colleagues for an extraordinary accomplishment. Of the 7 billion people on this planet, I doubt more than a few thousand have the capacity to fully understand how complicated the Rosetta project is. I am certainly not one of those few-thousand people.
Landing on a comet versus Katie Hopkins: you have voted. Congratulations. Enjoy your deathscape of Twitter backlashes and reaction blogs. You did this. You. The Philae lander didn't die because its batteries ran out. It died of a broken heart. A heart you broke. With your lies.
The European Space Agency's comet lander was a huge success last week -- even though the craft actually bounced about half
"Philae has fallen into 'idle mode' - a possibly long silence. In this mode, all instruments and most systems on board are
The European Space Agency has made a last-ditch attempt to drill into the surface of a comet as the batteries on its lander
The European space probe which landed - awkwardly but spectacularly - on a comet earlier this week is almost dead due to
UPDATE: As several readers have pointed out, the Landover Baptist Church is a parody site. Clearly we should have realised
When the European Space Agency managed to successfully land the Philae probe on a comet, lots of scientists were understandably