Follow the discussion started on the UMSF forum "The latest Navcam blog shows new - or apparently new - features in the neck. Here's a comparison between October and December images (December on the right). I would suggest a close examination of images would probably show more things like this. Phil"
On the comet's smaller lobe at right the Agilkia landing site is near the upper rim. The trajectory of Philae past or over the large depression to its final landing spot near the equator and the shadow of the polar night can be well imagined. Follow the discussion on the UMSF forum
More illustrations and 3D anaglyphs in this Google+ gallery or on Picasa