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Mysterious Spherical Object Detected on Asteroid 25143 Itokawa! JAXA images.

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posted on Mar, 9 2014 @ 02:30 PM
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This thread brings up so many excellent points to be made about how to properly participate in the ATS world.

Two that are worth mentioning:
1. Read at least a few pages of the thread before responding, maybe click a few links offered by fellow members. This site is supposed to be about getting to the bottom of things, not perpetuating ignorance. Everyone in a given thread will (knowingly or not) thank you.
2. Don't feed the trolls.




posted on Mar, 9 2014 @ 11:18 PM
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not only is the flat plain clearly larger in the second photo (there is no drag or friction when traversing threw space correct?) but rocks are dif looking, if you draw a line from one of the craters to the right it wont line up the same in both pics. where in the first the top of a small crater was almost under the rocks to the right, in the second photo the top of the crater was much higher. also shouldnt all of the shadows be cast in one direction if the light is coming from one source of light millions of miles away? why doesnt the "pod" have a shadow?



posted on Mar, 10 2014 @ 03:13 AM
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remind me this Ship



posted on Mar, 10 2014 @ 06:14 AM
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ritzthecracker
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not only is the flat plain clearly larger in the second photo (there is no drag or friction when traversing threw space correct?) but rocks are dif looking, if you draw a line from one of the craters to the right it wont line up the same in both pics. where in the first the top of a small crater was almost under the rocks to the right, in the second photo the top of the crater was much higher. also shouldnt all of the shadows be cast in one direction if the light is coming from one source of light millions of miles away? why doesnt the "pod" have a shadow?

The two photos see the asteroid at slightly different angles, and at different "sun angles" i.e. the Sun illuminated the asteroid from a slightly different side. The first photo looks from slightly below the asteroid and more along the length of it (hence the flat plain appear thinner), while the second photo is more face-on.

The pod doesn't cast the shadow on the asteroid because it's not near it, it's near the spacecraft.



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