Left: modelled pre- and post-perihelion slopes (α) of water sublimation rate as a function of latitude averaged over several bins (see text for detailed description). Right: pre- and post-perihelion slopes of water production rate from the data derived from MIRO measurements. The error bars on the modelled data reflect longitudinal variability, which is very large in southern hemisphere owing to rapid temperature variations. The MIRO data error bars also reflect the data variability at 1σ level.
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