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US Billboard Hot [36]. On 25 August the agency announced five candidate locations for further investigation. Since then the Rosetta team has been determining possible orbital and operational strategies for Rosetta to position best for the lander to reach each of them.

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The approximate locations of the five regions are marked on the OSIRIS narrow-angle camera images above taken on 16 August from a distance of about km. The comet nucleus is about 4 km across. The sites were assigned a letter from an original pre-selection of 10 possible sites identified A to J. The lettering scheme does not signify any ranking. Three sites B, I and J are located on the smaller of the two lobes of the comet and two sites A and C are located on the larger lobe. The image above shows a zoom into candidate site A, which is located on the larger lobe but with a good view of the smaller lobe.

The ESA says the region is interesting because the terrain between the two lobes is likely the site where gases, trapped in the comet, are released as it heats when it gets closer to the Sun — a process called "outgassing". However, the agency says higher-resolution imaging is needed to study potential surface hazards such as small depressions and slopes, while the illumination conditions also need to be considered further. Candidate site B, above, is located within a crater-like structure on the smaller lobe.

This site is considered relatively safe for landing given the flat terrain, but the Rosetta team is concerned that illumination conditions may pose a problem when considering the longer-term science planning of the lander. Higher-resolution imaging will also be used to assess the boulder hazards in more detail. Candidate site C, above, is located on the larger lobe of the comet. It hosts a range of surface features including some brighter material, depressions, cliffs, hills and smooth plains, but higher-resolution imaging is needed to assess the risk of some of these features.

It is also well illuminated, which would benefit the long-term scientific planning for Philae.