Today’s 67P image + the comet’s coma!


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High Resolution of 67P, July 29, 2014

Today’s Comet 67P image from Rosetta above is actually an image from yesterday, refined and cleaned up by the spacecraft’s science team. The July 30 image can be found here, but it isn’t as interesting.

The image above was included in a press release that describes the effort by Rosetta to image the coma that surrounds this nucleus.

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