If you're a robotic spacecraft that was hurled out of a larger spacecraft towards the briskly moving face of a comet, then keep on walking friend. Nothing new for you to see here. If you're not a comet-landing space robot, though, have we got something for you.

The ESA has continued its tradition of creating some of the best 3D content in the solar system with this latest 3D image, made by combining some of the last images Philae sent back as it dropped towards the comet's surface.

If you have 3-D glasses, put them on, and then check this out...