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Originally posted by OnceReturned
I think that the most interesting thing here is the tower-like structure on the horizon in the first image. It's close to the left edge, maybe fifteen percent of the way across. It looks like it's right on the horizon. It appears to be reflective, light colored, rectangular in profile, with apparently verticle sides. It appears to be very, very far away, which I suppose means that it's rather large. It does not appear to be an artifact, and the fact that it sits right on the horizon like makes me doubt that it is actually something on the lens. There are no other structures or formations visible on the horizon, and the fact that it is both reflective and a freestanding tower-like structure lead me to consider the possibility that it is artificial.
Do you see what I mean? Any ideas about what it is? Can you enhance it or enlarge it?
Originally posted by expat2368
The one you labeled about the "Gray" is the only one that piqued my interest. Two circles like that and the nose feature in such symmetry would be unusual in nature.
First time I have seen that one. I am convinced that Mars was inhabited by an advanced society, probably millions of years ago and virtually all traces of it have been erased.
It may be a sensor anomaly, they are common on Rover's photos.
Originally posted by Havick007
This is the original photo above.
This is the following picture taken by the rover as you can see the angel has slightly changed. Look above in the sky above where the first light or object was, you will notice it appears to have scattered high in the sky.
It is hard to say whether this an image error though.