posted on Apr, 18 2020 @ 07:52 PM
Many of you might remember the first previous posts of a Tree, Totem, Grave marker found near the cliffs right-side of Murray Butte Sol 1450 images. I
found another one on the left hand side of Murray Butte sol 1448. It does look like a skull mounted on a pole and a white rag tied to the base of it.
It has a shadow near it and seems to be erect in the air. It looks out of place from surrounding dune sand. The top rounded part of the "skull" is
reflecting a bit of sunlight. I posted raw images, Nasa's crappy images and you can see it's there, but the quality is really poor. Curiosity cams
are like 2 megapixel.
I happened to take a much better screen grab from a panoramic image back in December 2019 and now I cannot find that link of the better quality
anywhere. Even on the Nasa website. I searched for hours sifting through a couple thousand images trying to find a better closeup. The images that
Nasa calls "RAW" images are really poor and not as good as the ones that were on the net at one time. I don't know if that is done on purpose or
over time with internet compression of images. Anyways, I will post what I found and the images I uploaded to ATS that I had from December 2019 of the
totem I found. Since everyone quickly dismissed the first posts of the other "Tree-Totem" I decided to not post it. Since I was going through images
cleaning out stuff I decided to post it and upload what I had, just for the sake of it. It is strange to find two "Totem" looking things on the same
butte, that are eerily similar and the one I found that actually looks like a humanoid skull mounted on a pike.
Image from the first posts sol 1450 Mast Cam.
New skull totem, Mast_Right cam Mars rover Curiosity on Sol 1448 (2016-09-01T20:36:39.000Z) Raw Image.
Screen grab from the only gigapan Panoramic I could find...
Zoomed in much closer cleaner and better angle shots from a December 2019 panoramic that I can no longer find...
So there you have it, for your viewing pleasure. The direct links..
The only Gigapan panoramic I could find.