a) NAC image showing the Hathor region with the body lobe in the foreground. The region comprises a cliff-like structure with rectilinear lineations that distinguish it from other consolidated and fractured regions such as Bastet (boundary highlighted by arrows). Notable features in the region include an alcove structure that appears brighter and smoother than than its surrounding at this illumination angle (B) and protruding, possibly detached, block of material (A) that shows similar surface features to the background. Anaglyphs of this image, as well as b), are available in Figs. A.8 and A.9, which highlights the complex morphology of the cliff and the transition to Bastet at feature (C) and associated arrows. b) NAC image highlighting the alcove structure (B), which in this viewing geometry shows longitudinal terraces, which could hint at concentric layering of the head lobe. Notice the sharp contact with Anuket (arrow), which further suggests that Hathor is an outcrop for the internal structure of the comet below the overlying Anuket materials.
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