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Cute European Space Agency Animation Shows Philae Impatiently Asking Rosetta “Are We There Yet?”

How about now? Now? Are we there now? How about now?

The ESA’s Rosetta spacecraft is on a decade-long mission to bring the Philae lander to comet 67P/Churyumov–Gerasimenko. They’re getting close, but it’s a long trip. From this animation it looks like Philae is getting a little impatient to reach the comet and start doing some science.

(via ESA)

Previously in Rosetta’s excellent adventure

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