Landing on 67P/C-GSpace
Landing on 67P/C-G
Good luck my friend, landing on Comet 67P, named after the Rosetta stone, the Rosetta spacecraft was launched on the 2nd March 2004 and has travelled over 4 Billion miles in ten years to reach Comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko. Rosetta is carrying a small landing module called Philae and it successfully landed on 67P on the 13th November 2014. There are still many challenges ahead and I wish it the very best :)
Images courtesy of http://www.esa.int/ESA and so please check out the European Space Agency Website to keep a track of the mission and a lot of brilliant material and background about the mission.