- Mission controllers say probe's anchoring harpoons failed and craft may have bounced
- NASA scientist calls the comet the most "bizarre, wonderful thing I have ever seen"
- The probe tweets: "Touchdown! My new address: 67P!"
- Philae is equipped with nine experiments, including drill to sample surface and test in an on-board oven
London (CNN)The comet probe Philae may have bounced when it landed, the European Space Agency said Wednesday.