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Originally posted by ArMaP
The "something in the sky" is not in the sky, it appears in the same place in other photos from that camera (the left front HazCam), so it must one or two dead pixels or dirt.
As for the images of the leaning rocks, here they are, cropped, resized to 200% and with levels adjusted to be more perceptible.
Unfortunately, we don't have yet access to the raw, uncompressed IMG files.
I consider those stones interesting not because they are leaning against each other but because they are the only ones to be in that position as far as we can see (although we can not see too far because of the type of lens used by those cameras).
Originally posted by Johnbro
If something like that was found on Earth - we would pretty much take it for granted that it was placed by humans. ( I don't think fish... or rain... can do that sort of thing. )
Originally posted by vze2xjjk
reply to post by ArMaP
I'm a big fan so here goes.If you can't see the faces,don't get upset,but just allow my technique to sink in as far as Contrast and Negative to find faces. I always look for matching/parallel eye holes or dots because in nature they don't occur randomly as the same size that frequently.Perfect circles on Mars are a dead giveaway that it's a face.Rocks are never perfect circles.