ESA are still looking for where the Philae Lander ended up after its bounce-a-thon, but early indications suggest it may have been found
This model was printed on an UP! Plus V2 from AngelLM’s thingiverse model. That saved me a bit of effort, thanks!
On a serious note congratulations ESA on successfully landing Philae (3 times) on a comet hurtling through the solar system at 135,000km/h 1/3 of a billion miles away.
Most designers struggle to ensure a kettle will still work 10 years after it is made…
…Not bad ESA, not bad at all