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Originally posted by kleverone
I can see the shadow right next to it. So there is a shadow, just not one that would appear if these objects were flying, which they are not! And how may times have you taken a picture facing toward the ground and had the sun if front of the camera??? that doesn't even make sense! THe sun is obviously behind the camera because you can it reflecting off the surface. Unless they are using a really big flash!! Even if you want to argue that it isn't you can still see the shadow right next to the objects, just as if you would cast a shadow if you were standing on earth.
Originally posted by salsaking
I said i doubt the sun was directly BEHIND the camera. If the sun were off to an angle, the shadow would also. And you are so positive the what you see is a shadow? If it was a meteor, and the camera was focused on the surface of Mars, the meteor would be out of focus and blurry, much like a shadow.
Originally posted by nasashuttle