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Originally posted by carewemust
Since the subject was raised, I'd like to know how in the world does
the Rover keep it's lens from being covered with dust? Even in less
dusty places on Earth our car windows, eye glasses, etc.. get dirty
within hours. This machine has been in one of the most dusty
environments for months (years?) and the photos are still coming
in! Could there be some type of special fluid and wiper that cycles
every so often? Or..maybe the Hollywood stage set that was used
for Apollo is now being used for the Rover.
Originally posted by Kr0n0s
That image looks very similar to the image taken by phobos 1 and or 2 before they went silent.
That ones maybe a little longer than the one im referring to. I made a thread about it a couple of weeks ago, Located here
Originally posted by SuicideVirus
I think the best Mars UFO photo, though, is the 63A Spirit photo. Three years later, and I don't think anybody ever came up with a good explanation for it.