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I agree with you, but what I see is a strange formation (probably natural) in the middle of a desolate landscape. It seems out of place.
Originally posted by Curio
There are a whole bunch of NATURAL formations and structures here on Earth that are a lot more astounding than a simple, rectangular stone block. Although I suppose aliens might have made those too
It seems out of place in that photo.
Originally posted by A TRUE AMERICAN
It seems out of place.
Originally posted by STFUPPERCUTTER
Thu Sun is a TABLOID.
A monolith is a rock (mono=one + lithos=rock), so the other rocks are also monoliths, but I understand what you mean.
Originally posted by amazing
That gives us much better perspective of the surrounding area. It doesn't seem quite so strange but still only that one rock seems like a monolith and that area does still seem worthly of further research.
Around 5000 km to the "face", Cydonia is a very large region.
Speaking on the possibilities of a Rover. How far is this area from cydonia?
Opportunity is some 2500 km from Cydonia, 5100 from this "monolith" and 2500 from the "glass tube".
Could a rover concievably visit both places and where in relation is the "glass tube" area for lack of a better term?
Unfortunately, that is not possible.
These are three areas that would benefit from up close camera investigation. I wish NASA wasn't the ones picking the places to send rovers, but that they accepted more input from the general population.