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The "face" was photographed by all (known) missions since it was first "seen" by Viking 1. The last (and higher definition) photo is here.
Originally posted by kawika
Obvious to the most casual observer that NASA has not been truthful about any of this judging by their refusal to re-investigate the face for so long.
I haven't seen one photo from a science-related page that shows any signs of tampering, although I have seen several from the public-oriented pages. And if they released things un-retouched nobody would be able to see them, as the photos are not taken in any common format, they have always to be converted and processed in some way.
I think they spend too much time photo-shopping and airbrushing things out of the photos they release. All that stuff should come to us live and un-retouched.
Originally posted by 1AnunnakiBastard
Originally posted by miniatus
Probably not .. almost certainly not actually ..
It's the eyes making patterns from random features on the surface, especially when you throw in the mix of light and shadow .. I don't even really see it, but it's much like seeing faces in the clouds.
Just because you are in denying, it doesn't mean it's not there. Unless you can PROVE that's not a statue, the "face in the clouds" explanation is just YOUR opinion.