Hey guys, this is my first post on here, so excuse me if this has been posted before, but I have just recently started going through all the pictures
that Curiosity has taken on Mars, and I think I found something pretty interesting.
Got to admit... normally when i view these kind of posts i only see rocks... Even after they circle the "object" put big red arrows, change the
contrast, etc. i still just see rocks...
I do see a lot of rocks... but i do see "something" i dont know that its not natural.. but looks almost like a piece of scrap metal thats been
heavily weathered/rusted. And old pipe/drain... or something.
Interesting, but I noticed something even more interesting in the original photo. If you look to the right and zoom in, it looks like something
mechanical lying on the floor, Near the top of the slope.
Sorry not very tech savvy, so unable to crop or highlight what I mean. Maybe you can help out with this?
That's a fascinating photograph, not just the object you highlighted. It's strange to see such a large dark stone all by itself.
But there are other things too - what is that ridge of blue stones near the top left? Then there's what looks like burned-out dinghy below the sand
dune. At other places there are two or three stones piles on top of each other. All the flat white pieces of stone look like shards of fibreglass,
while the blue stones are more circular. I'm wondering why there is a difference?
This is an older picture of a rock (it was later filmed from another angle and its rockiness was evident - no handle on top), and at the time of its
'discovery' earlier this year was a very prominent image not only on ATS but on other internet sites, including youtube.
edit on 6-11-2014 by
Aleister because: (no reason given)
Its late and all, but that sand dune is just insane. I can't seriously be the only one that sees a problem with the blurry shading on that. I'm not
suggesting anything other than "it looks odd", that's my takeaway from this.
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