Were the solar cells charging the onboard secondaries during descent ?
Or was there some operational reason this could not take place ...
Are there photos from 15:27, 15:31, 15:35, and 15:39? If so they should help confirm the flight path.
Have you analyzed lander's shadow height to try to confirm elevations?
Congratulations to all the ESA Rosetta-Philae team. A very well done job indeed, despite the Philae destiny. I am willing to know about the scientific data delivered before Philae's hibernation. Anyway, it could be a great idea to share with public some high resolution images from the 67P landing area in order to receive some feedback from us in the search of Philae.
Question: did Philae complete the analysis from the samples obtained in the drilling before batery depleted? Did Philae manage to transmit it to Rosetta before going to sleep? Thanks a lot.
Regards from north Navarra, Spain.
Great photo, very impressive work by all involved.
Why not release more of the photos from the various cameras on the lander and orbiter? Lots of people are willing to help find your missing lander while this is in the news. If you wait 6 months to release the photos there will be a lot less public interest.
What an incredible mosaic, identifying Philae's locations during descent/landing & connecting the enlarged images. Great job all around, ESA!!!
Yes i can see PHILAE from 52 Billion k.m.from Earth.Great job ESA.
Hello from Argentina!
Despite all the bad fortune with some instruments (the thruster and the harpoons) you have really done it, guys.
All you are an impressive inspiration from this and next generations.
Really impressive ESA. "PHILAE ,WE LOVE YOU" !
Hello from France, So after so many rebound, where is Agilkia? Is-it the first toutch down or the final one? Thanks for answer. JPP