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(a) Mutual Impedance Probe (RPC-MIP) onboard the Rosetta spacecraft consists of two transmitters (E1 and E2) and two receivers (R1 and R2) carried by a 1m-long bar (picture adapted from Trotignon et al. (2006)) and (b) RPC-MIP location at the edge of a 1.8-m boom on the Rosetta spacecraft and location of the two Langmuir probes RPC-LAP1 and RPC-LAP2 (Copyright: ESA/ATG medialab).

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