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Fig. 7


Panels A–D: four types of the studied bright features included in the catalogue and their spectrophotometric plots. Panel E illustrates the frost and its spectrophotometric characteristics. Leftmost column shows a full-frame NAC (F22 filter centred at 649.2 nm) image of the corresponding observations whereas the following 3 columns show a zoomed-in view of the bright feature; the corrected reflectance against the observed wavelength plot for the sampling area (1 × 2 pixels for A through D and 2 × 2 pixels for E) of the feature is indicated by the red arrow and a relative reflectance plot of the latter. The red dots correspond to the interested feature pointed by the arrow, whereas the black dots represent the cometary nucleus sampled from the vicinity of the interested feature.

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