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So you are saying the second image shows the opposing hidden view? No it doesn't, the rover didn't head straight for that and go away from it and turn around and get the exact opposing side.
I'm edging toward saying, yeah, this does look like a rock
originally posted by: raymundoko
a reply to: lambros56
And on this rock they did move closer, whether internationally or not, and there are now two more pictures of it.
What has happened? Now people are saying they switched the object, or that the new pics clearly show an artificial construction completely different from the first one they saw even though the images clearly show a rock. We can find similar ones on earth.
It's a no win situation for NASA.
originally posted by: Phage
a reply to: Blister
It could. With boots on.
But with amateurs looking for "anomalies", probably not.