After 13 months of searching, researchers have spotted the little lander that could.
The camera on the Rosetta spacecraft spotted exactly where the Philae lander is on comet 67P.
Philae landed on the comet Nov. 12, 2014, but he didn't end up exactly where he was supposed to be. Instead of landing in the sunlight, he landed in one of the comet's shadows, which prevented his battery from recharging.
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