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Google Chrome uses an algorithm which invents information "between" the original pixels by interpolating brightness values. entropymine.com...
I used my Google Chrome zoom functionality to zoom in at 500% (this is the image I wanted to attach to this post) -- the results are EXTREMELY clear, with no pixel distortion.
I've seen better. Not that I've seen anything convincing.
Please keep in mind the source -- NASA.jpl -- this may well be the best-ever evidence put forward so far of alien life by anyone.
Can anyone explain why it does not appear in the image taken by the left NAVCAM at the same time?
Leftedit on 4/6/2014 by Phage because: (no reason given)
I don't see how this could possibly be debunked or debated.
This is the information that the image actually contains. You cannot get more detail than this from the original image. But since the original uses jpg compression, it too probably contains some artifacting.
Its a dead pixel. Its in the same spot on every image.