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originally posted by: Box of Rain
If they would have looked at the actual high-resolution picture that shows this object rather than looking at a mosaic made up of dozens of pictures stitched together, then they might have been able to see that the object looks more rock-like than metal-like.
Here is the raw image of that object (the object is at the bottom of the image):
yes indeed I would! That would be a dream come true. Maybe in another lifetime
originally posted by: Quantum12
a reply to: GoShredAK
I have a feeling you would like to skate the big crater on Mars doing some KickFlips and 50 Laser Flips on your way down.
originally posted by: Mianeye
a reply to: Box of Rain
So, what didn't look like a rock is actually a rock...again
Another lesson learned.
This image is the first high-resolution color mosaic from NASA's Curiosity rover, showing the geological environment around the rover's landing site in Gale Crater on Mars.
This 79-image mosaic was acquired by the 34-millimeter Mastcam over about an hour of time on Aug. 8, 2012