Europe's comet lander Philae has woken up overnight after a months-long sleep, hurtling towards the Sun in deep space, the president of France's CNES space agency said Sunday.
"We received new signals from (Philae) for a period of two minutes, as well as 40 seconds worth of data," Jean-Yves Le Gall told AFP.
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