The European Space Agency (ESA) says its Rosetta orbiter has captured an image of the Philae lander wedged in a "dark crack" on the surface - more than a year since it last made contact.The spacecraft made history in November 2014 after touching down on comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko while it was travelling at 135,000kmph (83,885mph). The probe, seen...