The European Space Agency’s lander called Philae is sending pictures back from a comet speeding through outer space at 11,000 miles an hour. Philae appeared to have landed in just the right place, but then bounced twice — so it actually landed three times. Now its position may be a problem. Miriam Kramer, a staff writer for the website Space.com, has more on this breakthrough in space exploration.
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