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Originally posted by malardevil
reply to post by RUSSO
Not sure where you are coming from either. You win my award for being the most annoying contributor i've seen on ATS yet. Well done. Oh and really interesting thread btw.
Originally posted by Thisbseth
I really think Someone should def check out cryptome.org... because idk if its fake or not but if itss real then its pretty amazing feel free to move.
Sol 1064: Opportunity drove 4.21 meters (13.8 feet) around the Bay of Toil toward Cape Desire. The drive included a test to allow the rover to make unique track patterns for better determination of its position. The drive test had two legs: one in which the rover dragged the right front wheel for 5 centimeters (2 inches) and then drove on all 6 wheels for 55 centimeters (1.8 feet), and a second in which the rover drove 60 centimeters (24 inches) and then spun both front wheels 23 degrees, or approximately 5 centimeters (2 inches).
Sol 1066: Opportunity drove 25.38 meters (83.27 feet) away from the rim of Victoria Crater to continue testing and determining the best method for visual odometry -- determining the precise position by imaging the rover's tracks. The rover did a series of 5 tests, each covering 5 centimeters (2 inches) and each designed to produce a different pattern in the tracks. All of the driving was backward. During the first test, the rover created scuffs with both front wheels. During the second test, the rover wiggled the left wheel and scuffed with the right wheel. The third test was a "drunken sailor" test in which the rover drove in small curves. During the fourth test, the rover turned in place 10 degrees at specific intervals, or "steps." The fifth test was a combination of the previous four tests. www.jpl.nasa.gov...
This next image is near 86.8°S, 341.3°W
The exact location is unknown, but somewhere near 86.8°S, 341.3°W . This is an area termed ‘Anomaly 502’.
Originally posted by tallcool1
93 flags for image stitching so far. Why do people completely refuse to use their common sense here. Verifiable information with links to the original images is provided over and over in these threads, yet the absolute devotion to the belief in "alien structures" has become a religion. It just baffles me... I am both amused at and feel sorry for some of you. I mean, I believe (with zero proof) that there is likely "alien" life of some sort out there somewhere, but it is such an arrogant stretch to believe that "they" must be visiting us. Our solar system is a tiny little insignificant speck in the universe. Even if "aliens" somehow were able to develop faster than light travel, it would be pure dumb luck to stumble across humanity.