Video Friday: Comet Landing, DJI Inspire Drone, and Giant Fighting Robots
All other robotics news this week pales in comparison to the Philae robotic lander making a successful(ish) landing on Comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko after more than 10 years travelling through space. Last we heard, though, due to misbehaving harpoons, Philae bounced a few times off the surface and ended up in some shade at the base of a cliff. The lander needs to change its position in order to try to get enough sunlight onto its solar panels. The European Space Agency (ESA) isn’t quite sure how they’re going to make that happen, at least not yet, but we have their most recent video update and the rest of the videos of the week for you right here.