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Originally posted by Moose318
Everyone is right on here about this one, It is the roof ledge over the camera. I first looked at those mars pics last week and thought the same thing as you for a moment, but there was another picture that made me realize what that was. Ill see if I can find it for you
Originally posted by adigregorio
reply to post by discl0sur3
Check that linked thread, they have another picture with the same object in it. (First page, several posts down.)
I still stand by my opinion, tis the hood. Other pictures have the same "dots" in them, but not the "building" (So I did not grab them for evidence )
Originally posted by Darkmask
I`m sorry, I`m just not buying any of these explainations. The hanger and the two ships on either side don`t look like any sort of reflection of the Mars rover to me. These explainations sound like disinfo to me. Someone on the inside goes through the trouble of "letting one slip by" and it is covered up with some lame explaination.
S&F for you OP
Originally posted by allprowolfy
I have to agree with darkmask. if it was a lense hood picture as all keep saying which i do not see, there should be several lense hood pictures> my feeling on the matter is one of the nasa cronies had a rough night on the town and the blurry vision induced by a hangover got the best of him-her and one pick snuck through. But hey, there is always an explanation for everything Swamp gas, Chinese lanters, flairs, snails, etc, etc. Thanks op, i did not see this picture the first time around i appreciate your time
Originally posted by discl0sur3
Originally posted by VeniVidi
Sorry to report this but I am certain that a thread was just closed as a "Hoax" concerning this. I am sure a Mod will come by and offer more explanation.
With all due respect, I would love to hear the explanation as these images were downloaded directly from NASA's own website. I really don't see how they can be reflections as these images are taken from 2 separate cameras (R & L)