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landru79 35m
Replying to @landru79
INTERNATIONAL MISSION COMET /CHURYUMOV-GERASIMENKO 09 apr 2016 20:59:23 utc Taken from an altitude of 28.8 km from the surface OSINAC 3x Ir+Orange+blue Filters ESA/Rosetta/MPS/OSIRIS/IAA/INTA/j. Roger
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Cometary Fragments 2h
/Churyumov-Gerasimenko 1 (1969 R1), International Rosetta Mission, Osiris - Narrow Angle Camera, Rosetta Extension 2 - photo from
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Andy Cooper 10h
The bright photo shows the prominent protrusion in the southern hemisphere of . It’s a sharp elongated ridge. Scientists would class it as a pinnacle per criteria for their paper on n hemisphere pinnacles. Dark photo shows close detail. Orange/yellow/mauve from another tweet
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Andy Cooper Mar 27
This obvious match between the head and body lobes on doesn’t intrigue the scientists at all. The match of the narrow lines has been verified in close-up (ie mirrored matches under head rim to body shear line) and the splay is explained elegantly by stretch before head shear
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Andy Cooper 10h
Replying to @scute1133
For extra clarity I’ve put the red line notionally along the sharp ridge in the close up here. The line is hovering above the ridge. I’ve also extended the small green dots along its full length here as opposed to just half the length in above tweet
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Marco Parigi ╰☆╮ 🟢 Mar 28
And then there is the example of - note that Philae found the same thing on . No magnetism on or near surface, therefore no current, and no ionised molecules so no plasma (at or near surface) All the plasma is in the ionised exosphere of the bodies.
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landru79 2h
Como un faro en la oscuridad (2) INTERNATIONAL MISSION COMET /CHURYUMOV-GERASIMENKO OSINAC Ir+Orange+blue f. ESA/Rosetta/MPS/OSIRIS/j.Roger por si no se nota 😅estoy escarbando en el cajón de los gifs perdidos para ir subiéndolos a Flickr 😄
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Andy Cooper Mar 27
The above has been studied in much more detail than in that long distance photo. I’ve used many close ups to refine the matches of the boulder line to the Hapi cliff base perimeter and in addition, their tell-tale slide marks in (and under) the dust
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Andy Cooper Mar 27
The boulders weren’t placed there. They rode on the extruded neck material as the neck stretched after head shear. They were yanked from the Hapi cliff base as the neck material flowed (extruded) from under the cliff base. It’s why their line matches the cliff base line
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Andy Cooper Mar 26
& until you can explain this amazing coincidence (straddling the equator to boot) ancient aliens, intelligently placed rock formations and sculpted gnomons are more viable than your contact binary theory. Please stop avoiding the hard questions!
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Università di Padova Mar 26
🌌 Nella Churyumov-Gerasimenko sono stati trovati i sali ammoniacali che costituiscono il “brodo primordiale”. Come si legano questi sali all'origine della vita?
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Frédéric Paletou Mar 26
Un bol d'air ? Après la , , , , , et , what else?
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Andy Cooper Mar 25
Since you’re so sure that airfall dust has been falling back onto for aeons, can you explain why there’s abundant dust on one side of this demarcation line and no dust on the other? The transition is 2 or 3 metres wide i.e. razor sharp.
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Andy Cooper Mar 24
What’s the deal with these 3 rectangular pits? *Rectangular*. They’re so strange they command your immediate attention as they did for me in the earliest photos. hasn’t even commented on them in 5 yrs & 100’s of papers. Do they have no clue how they formed?
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