Philae lander lands on a comet!

This week the European Space Agency's (ESA) Rosetta spacecraft sent a lander called the "Philae Probe" to the surface of Comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko. This is a monumental feat of engineering, because of the speed at which the comet is traveling (84,000 MPH) and also because of the extremely rugged terrain that the lander has to deal with.
As it turns out the Philae lander successfully landed on the comet, but it's harpoon anchors failed to deploy, and the lander bounced in the nearly weightless environment. It eventually settled back down near a cliff. This could be a problem as the lander only has around 67 hours of battery life and needs sunlight to recharge itself. The cliff that it settled near is casting a shadow over the lander and could prevent it's batteries from recharging.
Could there be any more high drama? Stay tuned....
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