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Fig. 15


Production rates resulting from DFMS/COPS, VIRTIS-H (Bockelée-Morvan et al. 2015), and VIRTIS-M (Migliorini et al. 2016) data deduced from the DSMC model for H2O (top panel) and CO2 (bottom panel). These values are compared to observations from Schleicher (2006) and Ootsubo et al. (2012), the predictions from Snodgrass et al. (2013), and the water sublimation model from Cowan & A’Hearn (1979). The continuous line represents the power law that was used in this work (β = 4.2 for H2O (Hansen et al. 2015) and 2.0 for CO2).

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