Preparing for Comet Landing

After a ten-year journey, Rosetta and Philae had finally reached their destination, Comet 67P/Churyumovâ??Gerasimenko. Rosetta spent many weeks studying the comet, sending lots of information back to Earth. But where was Philae going to land? Eventually the scientists on Earth found the best place on the comet for Philae to land. Soon it was time to make the final preparations for Philae's great adventure. Both spacecraft couldn't wait any longer. The whole world would be watching as Rosetta and Philae prepared for their biggest challenge yet...

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+10 1. sefiouss commented 6 years ago

Philae is scheduled to detach from Rosetta on 12 November 2014 at 08:35 UTC, with a landing seven hours later. 8-)
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+4 3. brandx commented 6 years ago

Can you please dumb this down a bit I am not patronised enough.