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Originally posted by ModestMike
Whats that thing in the air?
Also its here
marsrovers.jpl.nasa.gov... but not here
I assume that is the same hill.
[Edited on 28-1-2004 by ModestMike]
Originally posted by robertfenix
ArcAngel the black spot in the two photos is not in the same spot, in one frame it is lower in elevation, the spot is absent in a frame taken a few seconds after the first two.
As for the white spot on the recent bedrock image, I believe that is Venus. Mars daytime atmospheric composition being different from earth plus being closer to venus makes venus visiable in the daytime shots on mars.
Originally posted by triplesod
Well what do you think about this one then? Scienceguy, I woudl particually like to see your explanation.
I personally think it is nothing more than a star or a photography flaw but you tell me what you think.