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MSSS has produced visible and ultraviolet cameras for the Mars Global Surveyor (1996), Mars Climate Orbiter (1998), Mars Polar Lander (1999), Mars Odyssey (2001), Cosmos 1 (2005), Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter (2005), Mars Scout Phoenix (2007), Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter (2009), a classified U.S. spacecraft, and the Mars Science Laboratory rover (2011). MSSS is currently completing a camera for the Juno mission to Jupiter (2011) and a second pair of cameras for the Mars Science Laboratory rover.
originally posted by: BioFence
I don't think of pareidolia as most people do, i mean, it was the only way someone could make us doubt our very eyes. I know that our brain looks for patterns on every image that it analyses, but if it finds one, should we really discredit what we're seeing claiming it's pareidolia?