Four image montage of images taken by Rosetta’s navigation camera on 28 March 2015 from an average distance of 31.3 km from the comet centre. The scale at this distance is 2.7 m/pixel and the size of each 1024 x 1024 pixel frame is 2.7 km.
More information and the original images via the blog: Near and far – CometWatch 28 March-2 April
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