Comparison of Vents near Site J with recent imagery
The ESA Press briefing on 15 Sep14 mentioned possible vents near Site J.
I have been following these with the hope of detecting changes, but nothing, within the resolution of the imagery,
has been seen.
The first of "Ten at 10" series of images happens to show this study area at a distance of 9.9 Km and a scale of 0.6 M/pixel. In this image, the scalloped surface to the right of the lefthand vent may be a deflationary feature caused by gas outflow. We'll know more as time goes on because the comet can only get more active.
I have incorporated this image with some earlier images of the comparative series, including one cross-eyed OSIRIS stereo pair.
Image Sources: ESA/Rosetta/NAVCAM/OSIRIS
CC: BY-SA IGO 3.0
Processing by Bill Harris