Landing site I is in a relatively flat area and could comprise newer material. Using new images, the surface will be analysed in detail over the coming weeks to determine the extent of existing rough structures more accurately. The illumination of the landing site should allow for long-term science planning. This image was acquired by the OSIRIS camera on Rosetta from a distance of 100 kilometres on 16 August 2014. The resolution is approximately 1.85 metres per pixel.