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Fig. 4


Top panel: calculated local effective Haser production rates of water from 250 days before and after perihelion from the MIRO dataset (grey). Results from other Rosetta instruments of global production rates (red) and ground-based observations from previous perihelion passages (blue) are shown for comparison as well as results from modelling (black lines). A two-week moving average of the MIRO data is also included (orange line). Bottom panel: the latitude for each MIRO observation (grey points) and the position of the subsolar latitude over time (black line).

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