It’s a tense wait for the Stephan Ulamec and his Rosetta Mission team at the European Space Agency and their Comet lander Philae.
The craft looked to land on the Comet but a glitch caused the harpoons not to fire making it appear to drift off the surface.
The first landing of Philae on Comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko took place around 1600 GMT (10:00am Central US) and lies 317 Million Miles from Earth
Check out the graphic below of the journey that was launched more than 10 years ago and covered 4 billion miles
We will keep you updated as more information is received from the ESA over the coming weeks!