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Originally posted by Soylent Green Is People
If the sun was shining from at about the "10 or 11 o'clock" position, the object could cast a shadow like that.
It's true that the shadow on the right side of the object seems to be away from (down and to the right of) the object, but the part of the shadow on the left end of the object seems to be angling away down and to the right in a consistent manner.
Plus, it may be possible that the object (rock?) has a protrusion pointing "up" on its lower right side; that would cause that bulge in the lower part of the shadow.
[edit on 7/29/2010 by Soylent Green Is People]
Originally posted by Zarniwoop
How did you determine that this is the same area and/or boulder?
...looks like a standard UFO (the egg model)...
About 1 km across, North Ray
crater straddles a ridge approximately 50 m high and a
little narrower than the crater rim.