>In November last year, the European Space Agency's (ESA) Rosetta spaceship became the first ever man-made vehicle to land on a comet.
The event was a huge moment for the scientists involved in the mission, who had spent a whole decade working towards this moment.
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Now, in celebration of one year passing since the comet's landing spot was first chosen, the ESA has released a video of the descent, using a series of stills taken by Rosetta's Rolis camera.
The images of comet 67P/Churyumov–Gerasimenko's icy surface were taken 10 seconds apart, covering a distance of 58m – the spaceship’s landing probe was 67m above the comet's surface at the start of the video, and is nine metres from touchdown when it ends.