I have just posted a timeline for Deep Impact’s encounter with Hartley 2; I put it in the evergreen part of this website rather than in the blog because some of the details are likely to change before November 4 and I don’t want to perpetuate errors! At present, Deep Impact is imaging the comet once every five minutes with its medium- and high-resolution imagers. You might not recall that Deep Impact’s highest-resolution camera suffers from a ….
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