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Video:  Kate Middleton's Letter to Young Cancer Patient Laid to Rest Beside Him After His Death

Kate Middleton's Letter to Young Cancer Patient Laid to Rest Beside Him After His Death

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Ultimately, a touching letter that Kate Middleton wrote to young Fabian Bate became one of his family's prized possessions. So much so that Fabian's parents placed the letter next to their 12-year-old son after he lost an eight-year battle with acute lymphoblastic leukemia on Britain's Remembrance Day. "I want Kate to know it wasn't just a letter, it was a message that meant so much," father Darrell Bate told London's Mirror. "It has stayed with him and it's staying with him now he's departed."

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Comet Lander Shuts Down as Batteries Go Flat After Sending Data

A pioneering robotic spacecraft shut down on Saturday after radioing results of its first and probably last batch of scientific experiments from the surface of a comet, scientists said. Batteries aboard the European Space Agency’s Philae comet lander drained, shutting down the washing machine-sized probe after an adventurous and largely unscripted 57-hour mission.

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Video:  Scientists Listen, Wait for Comet Lander Signals

Scientists Listen, Wait for Comet Lander Signals

The head of the European comet mission says scientists will listen for signals from the Philae lander Saturday morning, but think it is unlikely they will establish any kind of communication soon. "We don't know if the charge will ever be high enough to operate the lander again," Paolo Ferri, ESA's head of mission operations, told The Associated Press.

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Video:  Philae Lander on Comet May Communicate Again

Philae Lander on Comet May Communicate Again

European space scientists are hoping that they succeeded in maneuvering comet lander Philae into the sun and that it will resume communicating Saturday with recharged batteries. The ESA said the Philae lander, which has fallen asleep on comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko with its batteries depleted and not enough sunlight available, may communicate again Saturday at about 1000GMT (5 a.m.

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Comet Mission Team Gets Signals From Lander

The European Space Agency's $1.3 billion Rosetta mission and its legions of Internet fans got a lift on Friday when the mission's Philae lander resumed sending back science data from the surface of Comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko. Even better, the lander reported that it had given itself a lift, which improved its position for soaking up solar energy. on Friday — indicating that the probe is still alive.

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Video:  Comet Lander Starts Drilling; Batteries a Worry

Comet Lander Starts Drilling; Batteries a Worry

The good news: The spacecraft that landed on a comet has begun drilling beneath the surface to see what secrets the celestial body can reveal. The bad news: Scientists at the European Space Agency still don't know exactly where the lander is on the comet and are anxiously hoping its batteries hold out long enough for them to get the mining data and adjust the spacecraft's position.

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