Do you remember Philae? It was going to sleep last November. Rosetta and Philae teams continued to search for the current location of the lander, and they received the signals 20:28 UTC on 13 June. → Rosetta’s lander Philae wakes up from hibernation
Wow! amazing! Actually I wondered if it would wake up or not. But a miracle sometimes comes. Good!!
What will Philae ‘speak’ next? I can’t wait.
By the way, where is our Hayabusa2 traveling now?
A new information about Philae, wow! Rosetta and Philae in contact again (Jun.19@13:37 UTC)
On the article, “We are very happy to have received signals from the lander again, and we are all working hard towards establishing a robust link between Rosetta and Philae,” comments Patrick Martin, ESA Rosetta mission manager.
They announced “Rosetta mission extended” on June 23. They say, “Rosetta mission will be extended until the end of September 2016, at which point the spacecraft will most likely be landed on the surface of Comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko.”