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Originally posted by super70
I have a question, and please excuse my ignorance of the issue, but why aren't we being given real color photos of mars? Im confused!
From what I have seen, all the images on the rovers' site (and other publicised places) are brighter than the ones available on the less known PDS sites.
Originally posted by zorgon
ArMaP says he posted the 'dark'one because that is how he found it... but if you look at the Rover site at the same image in black and white it is BRIGHT not DARK... so why... when they show us a color print is it suddenly dark and red?
Originally posted by ArMaP
Oh, that Garvin!
I thought the name sounded familiar. I am needing my vacations...
I hadn't noticed that the tracks were not there!
Originally posted by rhw007
Yeah okay...I am going through some computer problems for the next couple weeks but REALLY would like to know where you got the L2 L5 and L6 of the "petrified log" AND the fact these images do NOT show the rover's tracks running over it like the NavCam images do...what's up with THAT little issue?
I said that more as a joke (but based on real events, as they say in the movies ), but it's something that I try to avoid (although I have commited that fault myself some times) because it can change completely the flow of the thread, and a thread that was about some subject is changed into something completely different.
Promise I'll try to be more 'on-point' in the future... I just wish there was an email reply to threads when they get replies so I can track them better.
I will post it, this information is publicly available, so there is no reason not to share it with anyone interested in it.
But yes PLEASE...either post or email me info on where and which SOL you found these PanCam images of the "petrified log" apparently BEFORE it rolled up the hill and over it to get the original NavCam images I linked to.