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MASCOT landing on Ryugu, 3 October 2018
post Apr 21 2020, 06:48 PM
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Much appreciated, Neo.

In your second pic, it's good to see Schmitt visiting a boulder reminiscent of the split boulder he visited nearly 50 years ago:

(Which, to date me, is one of my very few clear memories of Apollo.)
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post Apr 28 2020, 08:50 PM
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QUOTE (neo56 @ Apr 21 2020, 05:26 PM) *
...Here is the result I obtained with Hayabusa 2 and MASCam pictures, adding Harrison Schmitt or a pencil on them...

Excellent and very useful!
Such photomontage currently probably best reflects the feeling of being on the surface of this little world (which probably will never happen to any of us wink.gif )
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open access paper (with some nice images!) on MASCOT results:

Spectrophotometric Analysis of the Ryugu Rock Seen by MASCOT: Searching for a Carbonaceous Chondrite Analog
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