Dec 30, 2016

Closeup 3D views of Philae at it's landing site Abydos on comet 67P C-G

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

Dec 4, 2016

Moonset 2016 Dec 03

Moon and Venus 5 degrees apart

ISS rising 19:07 - 19:10 CET