Friday, November 14, 2014

Probe Landed On Moving Comet. The Rosetta Mission Explained

"The robotic lander that touched down on a comet on Wednesday came to rest on its side in the shadow of a cliff, according to the first data beamed home from the probe.

Pictures from cameras on board the European Space Agency’s Philae lander show the machine with one foot in the sky and lodged against a high cliff face that is blocking sunlight to its solar panels."

Cenk Uygur ( and Ana Kasparian ( of The Young Turks discuss. November 2014

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