Here’s the Philae lander!

Why Evolution Is True

This was a tough one, and I sure didn’t see it. Here’s the original picture as posted this a.m.:

OSIRIS_narrow-angle_camera_image_with_Philae_2_September_node_full_image_2

I’ve circled Philae:

Screen Shot 2016-09-05 at 9.13.20 AM And here’s the detail of the area I circled; this and the top picture come from Rosetta Blog via reader coel:

ESA_Rosetta_OSIRIS_lander_details-350x350 Close-up of the Philae lander, imaged by Rosetta’s OSIRIS narrow-angle camera on 2 September 2016 from a distance of 2.7 km. The image scale is about 5 cm/pixel. Philae’s 1 m-wide body and two of its three legs can be seen extended from the body. The images also provide proof of Philae’s orientation. The image is a zoom from a wider-scene, and has been interpolated. Credits: ESA/Rosetta/MPS for OSIRIS Team MPS/UPD/LAM/IAA/SSO/INTA/UPM/DASP/IDA

I think that at least one reader guess it correctly. The interesting blog post (read it) notes this:

The images were taken on 2 September by the OSIRIS narrow-angle camera as the orbiter came within…

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