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Originally posted by dennisdvx
reply to post by Cybernet
Yes, I have seen your topic. I know these images are blurry but there are some very interesting shapes to be seen. I don't think this entire area has been 'built', just selected areas for construction. The large square rocks are just that and the small square rocks are just that also. It looks like, to me anyway, that someone came along and just carved and excavated certain rocks and areas to suit their own needs.
Emission angle: 1.4 °
Solar incidence angle: 81 °, with the Sun about 9 ° above the horizon
What is Emission Angle?
Measured from the center of the image, this is the angle between the HiRISE camera and a "normal" drawn perpendicular to the planet's surface. When HiRISE is looking straight down ("nadir"), the emission angle is 0°.
Originally posted by undo
reply to post by Phage
oh phage, that first pic you linked is AWESOME.
there's more interesting things in it per square inch than anything i've seen yet.
Originally posted by Phage
reply to post by TimothyMartin
Sitchin is wrong
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