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Icy pebbles are strewn across the landscape in this color image of Titan's surface. The two large objects just below the middle of the image are about 6 inches (15 centimeters, at left) and 1.6 inches (4 cm, center) across, respectively. They lie about 33 inches (85 cm) from Huygens. ESA/NASA/JPL/University of Arizona
Originally posted by victor was right
isn't it simply a given that NASA's knee-jerk response is to prevent any proof of extraterrestrial life from ever being sprung on the public?
Originally posted by Geneticus
I submit that the compression effect would not generate this anomalous shadow.
Originally posted by PsykoOps
That animated gif is interesting indeed. It seems like there's something moving from about half way up the photo to that rectangular spot...
In that case you're going to love this
Originally posted by djohnsto77
It's obviously a picture of a thermonuclear explosion...
Originally posted by jra
E_T: Just a sunset being distorted by the atmosphere since it's right at the horizon.