As Rosetta continues its descent onto the Ma’at region on the small lobe of Comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko, the OSIRIS narrow-angle camera captured this image at 08:18 GMT from an altitude of about 5.8 km.
The image shows dust-covered terrains, exposed walls and a few boulders on Ma’at, not far from the target impact region (not visible in this view – located below the lower edge).
The image scale is about 11 cm/pixel and the image measures about 225 m across.
This image is featured as the last image in the first row of the OSIRIS NAC composite of descent images showing Rosetta’s landing site.
Note: details added to this post on 2 October.