The Rosetta Osiris NAC images of May 25 2016, 19:58 and 20:02 as published on Sep 28, 2016 in The story behind finding Philae were first contrast adjusted to enhance detail in the shadow
Original image credits:
ESA/Rosetta/NAVCAM/OSIRIS – CC BY-SA IGO 3.0 Copyright
- Original image provided as .IMG file in the archive delivery from : ESA/Rosetta/MPS for OSIRIS Team MPS/UPD/LAM/IAA/SSO/INTA/UPM/DASP/IDA
- Original image processed by ESA/Rosetta/SGS/PSA&ESDC to create image for Archive Image Browser
then combined in stereo anaglyphs (rotated 90 deg)
|One of Philae's legs is seen leaning on to "Perihelion cliff"|
The ESA blog shows only the immediate surroundings of Philae, the whole Osiris image of May 25, 20:02 was presented at the Planetarium Stuttgart by K. Seidensticker on Dec 16, 2016
The resolution is 9.8 cm/pixel.
Here are the anaglyphs embedded in this context
In the formal discovery announcement of Sep. 05, 2016 a better resolved image from Sep. 02 is shown, however no stereo pair was captured.
|Sep 02 w/ Philae left and a NAVCAM view on Aug. 06, 2016|
On a Navcam image also from May 25, 2016 ROS_CAM1_20160525T200005F._P there is a bright spot at the location of Philae (arrow)
|Stereo anaglyph from Navcam images May 25, 2016|