Brief news items of note for Lifehacker readers including: Rosetta space probe awakes on top of a comet after 31-month sleep, Capcom releases 13GB video game patch, everything you always wanted to know about unicorns (but were too embarrassed to ask.)
- Rosetta — the first spaceship to land on a comet — has just woken up 31 months after falling into sleep mode. The probe, which was launched by the European Space Agency in 2004, is now fully operational as it races towards its target, the comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko. Click here for more pictures and info!
- Anyone who took biology in high school is doubtlessly familiar with the various stages of chicken embryo development. This video is a lot more impressive than those musty textbook illustrations.
- The future of gaming appears to involve large patches. Really large patches. Capcom has just released a 13GB update for the Xbox One title Dead Rising 3. That's 13 gigabytes. Head to Kotaku to read its take on one of the biggest patches in video game history
- Did unicorns ever exist? Gizmodo slaps on its cryptozoologist khakis and investigates...
- Lifehacker has explored the concept of a "raw" food diet at length. Over at PopSugar Health & Fitness, raw-food nutritionist Ani Phyo explains the basics of this "straight from the Earth" diet, along with some recpies to get you started.