Rosetta blog: CometWatch 18 March

 

Cropped and processed singular support NAVCAM picture of Comet 67P/C-G taken on 18 Mar 2014 from a stretch of 81.4 km to a comet centre. Credits: ESA/Rosetta/NAVCAM – CC BY-SA IGO 3.0

This one support NAVCAM print was taken on Mar 18 during a stretch of 81.4 km from a core of Comet 67P / Churyumov-Gerasimenko.
Scale picture of a strange 1024 x 1024 pixel picture is 6.9 m / pixel and picture is 7.1 km in diameter; framing processed chronicle is shown below.
Trimmed and processed in a singular support picture NAVCAM comet 67P / CG taken on Mar 18, 2014 during a stretch of 81.4 kilometers of a comet center. Credits: ESA / Rosetta / NAVCAM – CC BY-SA 3.0 MPO
Trimmed and processed in a singular support picture NAVCAM comet 67P / CG taken on Mar 18, 2014 during a stretch of 81.4 kilometers of a comet center. This is a smaller chronicle measures about 6.2 km in diameter. Credits: ESA / Rosetta / NAVCAM – CC BY-SA 3.0 MPO
ESA_Rosetta NAVCAM_20150318_labelled picture is processed to brand a outlay element and not overdo a heart too much. Indeed, in this manner, rather weak, though apart streams of element can be seen soaring over a incomparable share of a comet, with a disband effluvium manifest all around a nucleus.
Marked picture is also supposing to prove some of a areas on a aspect of a comet. In this orientation, we see a larger suit of sites entrance out of a shadows – in some tools of a Aker and Babi – that in many prior images were vaporous by shadows smaller share of a comet.
The strange 1024 x 1024 pixel picture is presented below:

ESA_Rosetta_NAVCAM_20150318

 

 

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