- The ESA says the Philae lander appears to have landed three times on Comet 67P after bouncing twice and now seems to be in the shadow of a cliff.
- ESA says they know where lander touched down the first time; unclear where exactly lander finally rested; ESA scientist says they 'still don't know where lander is'.
- Bounce after first landing took two hours and involved lander leaping 1km.
- ESA says lander not anchored, may be staying on ground due to its own weight; one 'leg' of the lander is off the surface of the comet.
ESA media briefing