Philae Lander Captures Photo Taken From Comet's Surface

The European Space Agency released the first image taken on the rocky terrain.
0:32 | 11/13/14

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Transcript for Philae Lander Captures Photo Taken From Comet's Surface
Begin with that drama unfolding four billion miles away on a comet. Hurtling through space here's what that comet looks like close up. This is the first photo coming in overnight taken by the European spacecraft that landed on the comments rocky service Wednesday. And historic achievement in space exploration. And what a landing it was mission manager say the Lander bounced three times. And there was a problem with it anchoring system right now scientists are getting as much data from it as possible before its battery needs to be recharged.

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