posted on Feb, 9 2004 @ 05:10 PM
the whole basin from the right and below looks like it was "filled in" by some sort of flow, maybe volcanic ????
the light yellow stuff is blowing sand, as the ESA is using color filtering by density (I am guessing here) but if you look at all the right sides of
the crater faces, ridge lines etc. You will see what appears like the sand blowing off from a strong wind current coming in from the left side of the
photo. The sun light is coming from the top/ top right of the photo, hence the shadows towards the bottom bottom/ left.
But notice the "flat and stepped area" where the "underground" enterance is located is devoid of blowing sand.
the Chazm at the top left looks pretty deep and looks like it continues off the photo to the upper left. You can spot what appears to be a remant of a
"bridge" of some sort, kind of like a shard in appearance.
the "straight" lines cross at 90 degree angles to the right of the pyramid structure. And there is what appears to be a sunken large square
formation to the right of the pyramid.
The pyramid is not only stepped but has angled faces as well and is on a flat platform.
The "underground" entrance must actually go under the surface over hang as there are no details of the back side of the structure, except on the
left side of the larger opening where you can see the detail start to drop off.
There is another "slot" type anomaly down and to the right of the main "underground" entrance. although it is facing away from the orbitors
Check out the "odd" impact crater on the top of the plateu across from the pyramid. It looks like a side impact but the crater, appears to be hole
(maybe) a launch hole ? or Gun shaft ? looks odd that its right at the edge
There is another crater just to the right of it and it does not look the same. Plus I think a high speed side impact would have deformed the
surrounding soil much more than what it appears