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Fig. 6


High phase angle (75°–90°) mass fluxes of dust (left column) and particle fluxes (right column) normalized to the solar distance at 3 AU. a), b) Fluxes plotted versus the distance to the comet center. The data are averaged on nucleo-centric distance bins of 10 km. The dashed line represent the law. c), d) Fluxes plotted versus the latitude. The data are averaged on latitude bins of 10°. e), f) Fluxes plotted versus the spacecraft velocity. The data are averaged on velocity bins of 0.1 m/s. g), h) Fluxes plotted versus local time. The error bars represent the standard deviation in each bin.

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