posted on Jul, 24 2008 @ 09:02 PM
As for the structure in the crater (NASA image 0132577092), I'm inclined to agree with the folks suggesting a mining operation. I point out two
features to support that supposition: First, there seems to be a dark trench with slightly lighter sides that reach from the object toward the slope
of the crater. Second, could that be a dust cloud that emerges from the far end of the trench and expands out? Yes, there is no atmosphere there,
but dust under pressure derived from drilling, digging, etc. would act pretty much like smoke in that extremely light gravity. 'Course, this would
mean the Martians were caught in the act, alive!
As for the square craters (image 1321551598), the website calls attention to two interesting features. First, it acknowledges uniform "fractures"
that just happen to line up with the left wall, nice symmetry. Martys. Second it calls attention to a bright diamond-shaped "boulder" situated on
the edge of the crater and that throws its shadow across the crater such that its shape is apparent.
It ain't no accident that we can find signs of activity on a Mars-orbit crossing asteroid.