New high-resolution pictures have been released capturing the moment Philae made its historic landing on Comet 67P.
A narrow angle camera on the Rosetta satellite which dropped the probe towards the surface of the “ice mountain” caught the moment.
The images were shot over the half-hour or so around the first touchdown before Philae then bounced and stopped about a kilometre away.
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