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originally posted by: Spruce
a reply to: JesperA
How do you know what color it is? They haven't taken any color photos.
originally posted by: JimOberg
The situation is extremely unclear -- and highly interesting.
None of the anchoring systems have functioned.
it seems to have drifted off the surface and landed again.
No images from the surface yet.
Surface composition/consistency may be snow-like, nothing to grab onto.
originally posted by: boymonkey74
Anyone know what amount of gravity the comet has? compared to earth?.
This scene features the boulder named Cheops, the largest and brightest boulder towards the top left of the image. It measures about 45 m across and 25 m high.
Hmmm, I don't see gas n dust streaming, unless they mean the points of light that look like stars ?
In the foreground, several large angular blocks are seen, some with faces that appear brighter than the surrounding material. In the background, a faint stream of gas and dust can be seen, showing that an active region is nearby.