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Keep up the good work Arken...someday, I'm sure if something really phenomenal turns up. You'll be the first to find it, and bring it to ATS. - See more at: www.abovetopsecret.com...
Thanks Des, for your kind words.
I'm not sure about your prophecy...
Maybe you, or another ATS member if you have time to watch carefully some images from Mars...
I don't see how this could possibly be debunked or debated. It's dark and the light is a very bright white...pointing directly up from the ground about a half a mile to perhaps a mile away from the rover. The picture is a raw JPL image. Link provided below.
reply to post by skuly
Geyser seems to a very plausible answer as I have seen similar effects whilst on my travels through the pennine hills.
There could be water deep down there after all.
reply to post by eriktheawful
This whole assumption is based on the fact the 2 cameras are actually synchronized. I don't know how they work BUT...
...if they are somehow slightly out of sync it's possible to consider something was caught only in one camera.
Then it could some reflection indeed.
The geography and alignment suggests something other than then a cosmic ray for me. Glitch is more likely.
edit on 7-4-2014 by LordAdef because: (no reason given)
OK... I don`t know nearly enough of this cosmic ray stuff to comment properly on that tbh, but i do know what dead pixels on an image look like and given the rover is on Mars....maybe....there could be a fair few dead pixels on some images.
Just my opinion.