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Originally posted by amazing
Very interesting. After it was pointed out, it did look like spray but again the resolution...you just can't be sure.
Originally posted by spartan1337
You will never find a smoking gun on any NASA provided pic of Mars or the Moon, they airbrush EVERYTHING that has the good stuff, read the testimony of that woman who worked at NASA in the disclosure project who used to do this/was told they do this to every pic. Stop trying, there is no hope
Originally posted by expat2368
I put the original hi-res image into photoshop and took a look at it. Like many of the other images of Mars I have seen, I think there are things there which are of intelligent design and not naturally occurring processes.
This is another situation where I get really upset that we have military satellites orbiting Earth that can read a newspaper lying on the ground and we spend hundred of millions of dollars to go take photos of Mars and all WE see is miserable low definition crap.
MOC consists of three cameras: A narrow angle system that provides grayscale high resolution views of the planet's surface (typically, 1.5 to 12 meters/pixel), and red and blue wide angle cameras that provide daily global weather monitoring, context images to determine where the narrow angle views were actually acquired, and regional coverage to monitor variable surface features such as polar frost and wind streaks.