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European Space Agency in pictures
The European Space Agency's Rosetta spacecraft has been trying to reach out to Philae, the lander sitting on a comet hurtling through space.
The SpaceX Dragon cargo craft has successfully rendezvoused and docked with the International Space Station.
With the European Space Agency's robotic lander now sitting on a comet hurtling in orbit around the sun, the 10-year trip is over and the real science of the mission has begun.
The European Space Agency successfully landed its Rosetta system on a hurtling comet
After a journey lasting more than 10 years, a spacecraft is just days away from softly landing a robotic probe on a comet.
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