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Rosetta data:

planetary.s3.amazonaws.com/data/rosetta/o

planetary.s3.amazonaws.com/data/rosetta/o

planetary.s3.amazonaws.com/data/rosetta/o



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here is a close up view taken from the image above.

I have placed an ellipse around some of the detail that I think is artificial.

 

67P_comet_crp800_circ1.jpg



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Timewarp wrote:

 

See if you can spot anything that would appear to be artificial.

 

 


 



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Now here's an interesting view of the comet's surface.

See if you can spot anything that would appear to be artificial.

 

67P_comet.jpg



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If anyone has Google earth going, I think it would be a good exercise to find some similar sparsely populated area and give us a view from 10,000m away which is the same distance as this. It would give us an idea of the size of things, houses, paths, roads on Earth and on rosetta. Everything Google is blocked here at the moment.

If I wanted to, I am sure I could imagine some paths/tracks/roads, houses, etc in Timewarps images. If I remember correctly, Rosetta was the mission that the lander Philae did not land in a very good place on the surface and they only had a few hours of juice left before the batteries died. I appreciate how difficult it must be to land a spacecraft on a small knobbly comet but it is coincidental that no good images were received due to a low light touchdown. If I have missed these Philae images, please post a link.

They managed to measure the magnetic field of the comet...



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Here is a view from the eleventh image in the series shown via the link above.

I have made some adjustments to the image,rotated and then cropped it to size.

There would seem to be some very special object detail showing on the surface.

I invite members to post anything they see or recognize in the view.

 

Rosetta_11_1k_adjusted_2.jpg

 Image credit:  ESA

 

I have added this smaller image as it helps to identify the many surface objects.

DL_Rosetta_11_75%_762_2.jpg

Image credit:  ESA

 



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Here is the same image with the brightness reduced by 50% approx.

The images in the series are very interesting and the definition is reasonable at 10km.

I have placed some arrows pointing to some objects on the surface that do not appear to be natural.

For a better view it's best to observe the detail in this image using an optical magnifier.

Have a look and see what you can spot in the view. Anything recognizable?

 

Rosetta_8_crp1K_arr.jpg

Image credit: ESA (European Space Agency)

 

 



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Hi qmantoo. To look at the original image please go to the following link and click on the Image numbered 8/10. The object identified in my post is situated half way down and to the left. You can download a high res version.

http://www.esa.int/Our_Activities/Space_Science/Rosetta/Highlights/Top_10_at_10_km

All the best TG

ESA High Res part.jpg

 

 



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any possibility of the original picture URL please? I say that because I have taken the one from here and THINK I see extra bits and pieces in it and I want to look at the original released one.

In particular, the mechanical arm at bottom centre right of your image above. This is a cut of the mechanical arm in the area of the image above. (not from any original)

 



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COME****CH 28 MARCH – 14 KM FLYBY

http://blogs.esa.int/rosetta/2015/04/01/come****ch-28-march-14-km-flyby/



-- Edited by goggog on Wednesday 1st of April 2015 04:59:07 PM



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I've seen a lot of Rosetta anomalies posted on the internet recently. This isn't my area of  study as such but I just wondered if anyone had identified this one.

There even seems to be a face on its upper surface. Observations welcome. Apologies if this has already been found.

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