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originally posted by: nothingiscoincidence
I have been watching many videos online claiming that NASA never reached the space nor they've been to the moon and this is one more evidence that NASA might lying and this is an old plastic coca cola bottle somewhere n the desert of where they record all their fake space stuff for the public..
that's my opinion. I don't believe they were there and never will. whoever has sheer consciousness knows that NASA isn't able to even reach the firmament..
originally posted by: smurfy
it is a piece of temporary plastic cover same as you get when you buy electric goods.
It's thought to have eventually fell of some part of curiosty back a while.
Use the magnifyer here,
originally posted by: kuraijanai2013
a reply to: YouSir
Those storms don't seem to have blown the plastic away though
originally posted by: Farlander
They've already determined the Mars rovers are actually on some isolated islands in the Arctic. They just stick red filters over the cameras.
A small piece of NASA's Mars rover Curiosity has apparently fallen off into the Red Planet dirt, scientists announced today (Oct. 9). Curiosity team members spotted the odd bright object on Sunday (Oct. 7) while studying photos of the rover's first Martian soil-scooping activity. Curiosity then spent much of Monday photographing the scrap further, allowing researchers to determine that it likely came off the 1-ton rover — though they're still not sure what exactly it is, or if its absence will affect Curiosity's mission appreciably. "The rover team's assessment is that the bright object is something from the rover, not Martian material," mission team members wrote in an update today. "It appears to be a shred of plastic material, likely benign, but it has not been definitively identified." - See more at: www.space.com...
though they're still not sure what exactly it is