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Note that these semicircular ‘tracks’ are going up-hill. The tracks seen going across are on the top of a ridge which is more or less flat. Not enough incline to make a stone roll across loose soil!
Originally posted by Kandinsky
reply to post by coolterm
Have a quick look at this image from NASA. It's from the Moon. PIA01680. There are clearly boulder tracks that have been formed as they fell and split on their way down the steep incline...
If the tracks can be created by boulders there, they can be created by boulders anywhere...
Note that these ‘tracks’ were photographed in 1967 BEFORE any probe landed on the Moon! So these cannot be explained away as tracks made by a Lunar Rover.
Originally posted by coolterm
reply to post by Phage
wow, i wonder which moderator gave you that amount of stars that quick.
apparently a bit of backroom incognito