Wednesday, November 12, 2014

Spacecraft Lands on Comet

While it'd be easier to portray the landing of a manmade spacecraft landing on a comet as simply taking one step closer to the reality portrayed in Spaceballs coming true, this article doesn't mention that flick when it describes what happened today. "After 10 years of hard work and one nerve-wracking night, the Rosetta mission has made history by landing on the surface of a comet. The lander Philae touched down on the surface of the comet more than 300 million miles away at 11:05 a.m. Eastern time."

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