Just another neural spark, this is not a Hollywood production with Bruce Willis and co. There will not be a lot of explosions while getting closer to the sun and heating up, you can see a lot of dust fields all over the place and to me that indicates that it is quite a boring place without major action effects for thousand of years. There are no went holes as that is not needed, the core temperature will no very a lot. The major activity is on the surface and possibly the structural shift due to its asymmetric shape and the gravitational force. There will be comet-quakes and some sort of vertical breeze.
Hi, to me it looks like two major bodies, orbiting each other a long time ago, got closer by the time and finally molded together into one body. The older craters gradually got filled by recollected dust in a new shifted "sea level", i have no idea about the time scale of this process but if i would land on this lump i would prefer the highest peak, says the farthest distance from the gravitational center. My reason is that this is the most virgin area not covered by old dust. I would aim for the skull of the rubber duck.
A great European job!
This is incredible! An astounding picture. Congratulations to the ESA, this is a truly remarkable feat by any standards. Looking forward to new (hopefully larger) images and I can't wait until November.
Thank you ESA.
I see collapsed, in-fallen surface material. Large sections measuring half-a-square-kilometer or so, many smaller, which has collapsed and slid inwards towards gravity center, because deeper, what was once supporting, material (ice) has out-gassed. I see a semi-gutted comet. Center-top has a deep vent hole, smoothed areas near and elsewhere may be dust and sand grains blown out from the interior.