Landing Rosetta’s Philae Landing Module More Challenging Than Thought

European Space Agency – Jet Propulsion Laboratory joined mission to land Rosetta’s landing module Philae on comet 67P will prove to be a more challenging task than previously thought. The undertaking will be more complex than landing on a planet or even on an asteroid. The tentative date for the landing of Rosetta’s Philae is this November 12, 2014.

Landing Rosetta’s Philae How-to – NASA/ESA

Ambition -Science Fiction Film- ESA/Platige Image

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