At about 9:03 AM we'll know the answer to the question "How do you land on a comet traveling at 41,000 mph?"  An unmanned ESA space probe has released a lander called Philae that is supposed to land and harpoon it's self into the comet to gather data about the origins of comets, stars, planets and life on Earth.

It'll be the first time like this has ever been done and it is incredibly difficult to maneuver the lander to the correct landing site.  Even a small mistake can put the the lander off course.

If you want to check out the coverage of the anticipated landing you can watch HERE through NASA.