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ÇIVA's view around Philae

ÇIVA's view around Philae

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ESA / Rosetta / Philae / CIVA

ÇIVA's view around Philae
Philae has returned the first panoramic image from the surface of a comet. The view, captured by the CIVA-P imaging system, shows a 360° view around the point of final touchdown. Parts of Philae’s landing gear can be seen in some of the frames.
ÇIVA's view around Philae (annotated)

ESA / Rosetta / Philae / ÇIVA / annotated by Emily Lakdawalla

ÇIVA's view around Philae (annotated)

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Original image data dated on or about November 12, 2014

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