Hear the sound of the 1st comet landing
Open up that junk drawer in your house and rustle through it for a second. That rustling, clunking sound is pretty close to what it sounds like to land on a comet 300 million miles from Earth. When the Philae lander touched the surface of Comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko for the first time, the Cometary Acoustic Surface Sounding Experiment sensors located on the bottom of its three legs picked up the short thud.
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