ESA’s Philae lander, the first spacecraft to successfully soft-land on the surface of a comet and former piggyback partner to Rosetta, has not been in communication since July of 2015. With 67P now six months past perihelion and heading deeper out into the Solar System and Rosetta’s mission coming to a close this year, it’s not likely that Philae will ever be heard from again.
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Roseta and Philae lander made of the good job and even if is now dumb/dormant, it was all the same the success that to make a probe land on a comet…
Jeff Barani from Vence (France)
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