Comet Landing

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The Philae lander (about the size of a washing machine) launched into space—attached to the Rosetta space probe—10 years ago. This week, it landed on Comet C-G, over more than 300 million miles away. The lander actually bounced off the comet, which has super-weak gravity, three times before settling there. After a decade getting there, Philae is now responsible for teaching us on Earth more …