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Rosetta mission results pre-perihelion
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Volume 583, November 2015
Rosetta mission results pre-perihelion
Article Number A33
Number of page(s) 19
Section Planets and planetary systems
DOI https://doi.org/10.1051/0004-6361/201526349
Published online 30 October 2015

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Appendix A: Tables

Table A.1

List of 218 OSIRIS NAC images used within SPG SHAP4S shape reconstruction.

Appendix B: Figures

thumbnail Fig. B.1

Standard maps for GL (entire 67P): if printed in A4 paper format, the map scale is roughly 1:50 K. Height color coding above the 1500 m reference sphere: blue = –1000 m to red/white = 1000 m. Black areas indicate currently not illuminated regions on the southern hemisphere of 67P. Top panel: 67P_GL_1500_E_0_90, bottom left panel: 67P_GL_1500_L_90_0, bottom right panel: 67P_GL_1500_L_–90_0.

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thumbnail Fig. B.2

Standard maps for the BL (big lobe of 67P): if printed in A4 paper format, the map scale is roughly 1:50 K. Height color coding above the 1500 m reference sphere: blue = –1000 m to red/white = 1000 m. Black areas indicate currently not illuminated unmapped regions on the southern hemisphere of 67P and cut regions to adjacent sublobes (e.g., at the left and right side in 67P_BL_1500_E_0_140). Top panel: 67P_BL_1500_E_0_140, top left panel: 67P_BL_1500_L_90_0, top right panel: 67P_BL_1500_L_–90_0, middle left panel: 67P_BL_1500_L_0_140, middle right panel: 67P_BL_1500_L_0_230, bottom left panel: 67P_BL_1500_L_0_320, bottom right panel: 67P_BL_1500_L_0_50.

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thumbnail Fig. B.3

Standard maps for the SL (small lobe of 67P): if printed in A4 paper format, the map scale is roughly 1:50 K. Height color coding above the 1100 m reference sphere: blue = –300 m to red/white = 300 m. Black areas indicate currently not illuminated unmapped regions on the southern hemisphere of 67P and cut regions to adjacent sublobes (e.g., at the left and right side in 67P_SL_1100_E_0_0). Top panel: 67P_SL_1100_E_0_0, top left panel: 67P_SL_1100_L_90_0, top right panel: 67P_SL_1100_L_–90_0, middle left panel: 67P_SL_1100_L_0_0, middle right panel: 67P_SL_1100_L_0_90, bottom left panel: 67P_SL_1100_L_0_180, bottom right panel: 67P_SL_1100_L_0_270.

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thumbnail Fig. B.4

Standard maps for the NR (neck region of 67P): if printed in A4 paper format, the map scale is roughly 1:50 K. Height color coding above the 1000 m reference sphere: blue = –400 m to red/white = 400 m. Black areas indicate currently not illuminated unmapped regions on the southern hemisphere of 67P and cut regions to adjacent sublobes (e.g., at top right and bottom left side in 67P_NR_1000_L_90_0). Top left panel: 67P_NR_1000_L_90_0, top right panel: 67P_NR_1000_L_–90_0, bottom left panel: 67P_NR_1000_L_0_60, bottom right panel: 67P_NR_1000_L_0_240.

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