Philae has been found, nestled in a shadowy crevice on comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko. The comet lander, lost since its tumultuous touch down on the comet on November 12, 2014, turned up in images taken by the Rosetta orbiter on September 2. Philae is on its side with one leg sticking out into sunlight. Its cockeyed posture most likely made it difficult for Philae to reliably get in touch with Rosetta, which explains why mission scientists had trouble re-establishing communication. The discovery comes about one month before the end of the Rosetta mission; the orbiter is scheduled to land on the comet on September 30 and then shut down.