Rosetta took a moment out from eyeing the comet it's following and snapped a selfie that's literally out of this world.
The Rosetta mission has narrowed down the selection of possible landing sites to just five candidates, but it's going to be tricky to touch down.
In an out of this world first, the space probe enters the gravitational pull of a comet ahead of a landing attempt scheduled for November.
The craft, launched back in 2004, rendezvoused with comet 67P/GC, ahead of a planned landing in November.
Rosetta Stone's software is a well-designed interactive learning tool that does an excellent job of immersing you in a foreign language.
The European spacecraft has been hunting down one particular comet at high speeds for several years. Now, after a long nap, its target is within sight.
The European spacecraft finally sent a signal home after 31 months of hibernation. Now it prepares to meet up and ride along with a comet later this year.
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In an attempt to preserve endangered languages, UC Berkeley scientists create a computer program that reconstructs ancient tongues using their modern descendants.
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