posted on Nov, 7 2014 @ 02:08 PM
Hey guys! I stay pretty up to date on the great anomalies found by some of my favorite members but i've never seen anyone point this one out before. I
was perusing Sol 527 and I found these curious things that I would love to hear some opinions on. Please remember if you're here to debunk that's more
than okay, in fact it's really valuable but remember not to be hurtful to members that are really passionate about exploring to find genuine
anomalies. Same goes the other way - lets have a friendly honest discussion on these items.
The following are points of interest for the thread:
Hovering item that is found in Sol 527 with various angles:
#1 Sol 527
Raw - Look Bottom Right
#2 Sol 527
Raw - You need to zoom & look in the same area
*In addition please note that in raw Sol. 527 images linked for the other anomalies i'm presenting below you can see this area in those wide shots.
That gives you more to further evaluate.
Discrepancy in background across multiple photos. I think someone could argue these show serious image manipulation with the background. I'm
unaware of an excuse for keying/masking in these photos which they may argue they did to isolate a variable nearby that interested them. Do any of you
know if Nasa has publically stated they at times must mask/key out areas in a photo to do this? We all know they're guilty of image manipulation but
still wondering specifically regarding that question. In some photos from Sol. 527 like this
it is a very defined background and in others like this
looks like it's been masked/keyed out of the shot. Here are two stacked photos where i've put a dot on it as a point of reference to look at for each
photo - in each one you look to the right and you'll see what seem to be major differences.
A shiny circle in multiple angles. I thought the most likely explanation was a broken pixel BUT i imported them into final cut pro studio
where I can isolate a lot of what is going on. I measured it out and the item in question is NOT staying in one part of the frame. It moves around in
varius photos and cannot be attributed to a standard pixel issue. In situations where you have a broken, dead or malfunctioning pixel it should
isolate itself to the broken/malfunctioning area of your field of view. I feel comfortable with my background + examination to say it's not the case
for this shiny point of interest. I'm sincerely hoping someone can shed light on how this was explained because I do suspect this one has a more
rational explanation than the other two items in question. Here's what i'm referring to + links to Raw Sol Images:
*Note that if you're unfamiliar with the topics at hand you're going to see a weird car looking thing in the sky in a few of these photos, that is
in fact an image artifact NOT a real object and it's been discussed at great length in multiple threads. It is 100% an image artifact so just ignore
Sol 527 Raw
Sol 527 Raw
Sol 527 Raw
Sol 527 Raw
Additional speculative screenshots i've taken while perusing raw images but none felt worth of their own thread because they're not clear
This one felt like possible appearance of surface water?
Long snake like object on top of this rock... If this is a rock it's pretty long....
No idea what this is... Anyone have an idea? (original raw + edited one below that to increase brightness/reduce heavy contrasting)
*Mods feel free to move this thread to any forum you see fit!
edit on 7-11-2014 by robbystarbuck because: Added some photos