posted on Dec, 25 2006 @ 11:51 PM
An enormous strangely shaped object rests precariously on the edge of a cliff on Mars. Someone said that it wasn’t convex at all, but concave and
therefore an ordinary crater. But do craters ‘hang’ over ridges? And considering the direction of the light source, the object seems convex and
Take a look at this ‘feature’, which I’d like to call as ‘object’ instead. I’ve summarized the anomalies in this, which is undoubtedly
NORTH WALL OF EAST OPHIR CHASMA
The lower rim of the object is marked by complex convex curves, which appear to go out to a protruding “lip”, or lower edge, which is also
The Object is protruding over the cliff edge (Nearly 1/3 of the object is extending over the cliff edge).
It does not conform to the general topography:
The Object is not a "known" feature
The original MOC image is here..
So what do we make of this? Also check out the blackish runoff from the object down the cliff.
[edit on 26-12-2006 by mikesingh]