Thursday, November 4, 2010
High Quality Images from the EPOXI flyby of comet 103P Hartley
Medium resolution images from the EPOXI comet Hartley flyby. You can get the roiginals from the EPOXI site (along with hundreds of others), or tidied up versions from Spaceweather, or Daniel Fischers blog. The high resolution images aren't downloaded yet, and they will be dowloading data from this encounter for weeks. Hartley turns out to be one of the most active comets we have visted with spacecraft, more active than Haley when you consider its size.