Zoom-in on the most active singing part of the tail excursion. (A) The angle αmvb between the minimum variance direction and magnetic field direction for the whole interval in blue and the red dots show where the minimum variance analysis can be trusted with λ2/λ1 > 3; (B) the angle βmvr between the minimum variance direction and the radial direction to the comet; (C) the total power in the singing comet frequency band; (D) the minimum variance direction X (blue), Y (red) and Z (green) components for λ2/λ1 > 3 with the mean value for three intervals overplotted; and (E) the location of Rosetta X (blue), Y (red) and Z (green). The black vertical lines indicate the relatively stable MVA intervals mentioned in the text.
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