So the Rosetta spacecraft has successfully mated with Comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko (aka ChugGer). Well except for the part where the lander is in a shadow and the solar panels are not getting enough light to charge the battery. Oopsy! One of the many interesting new things we are learning is that this particular comet is “singing.” And they said “in space no one can here you scream.” I guess not. Anyway, drift over to Space.com to listen to the recording, and get a little background on what is this all about.
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