The European Space Agency has released images showing the area where the Philae craft first touched down on comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko.
After this landing the craft bounced and came to rest in a different area, which scientists say is away from the area shown in the images.
The images were taken by the Rosetta orbiter as it flew over the landing site.
The first image shows the area just before the landing, the second just after.
Scientists say the dark area in the second shot is strong evidence it is the landing site, with the green dot indicating the craft's designated landing spot.
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