It got lost on the comet in 2014 after a historic landing+ READ ARTICLE
The European Space Agency’s Rosetta space probe said a high-resolution camera has finally captured an image of the Philae lander, which got lost on the comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko after a rough touchdown caused it to bounce and then fly away to another part of the comet.
“This remarkable discovery comes at the end of a long, painstaking search,” Patrick Martin, ESA’s Rosetta mission manager said in a statement. “We were beginning to think that Philae would remain lost forever. It is incredible we have captured this at the final hour.”