posted on Nov, 11 2012 @ 02:11 AM
Originally posted by rolfharriss
The same background are a problem because they have been scaled in impossible ways.
What's impossible about the scaling?
Do you mean this picture ? That you don't see the problem?
Yes, that picture. I don't see a problem with them. And here's why...
Try lining the mountains up with one another from the two photos. Because you might finding it difficult. The mountains might be the same in both
panorama's, but they are not perfectly identical.
One of the panorama's was taken at Geology station 1
other at Geology station 5
. The Geology stations are roughly 2km
apart from one another. All the mountains have names, just take a look at one of the annotated panorama's versions to learn what they are.
Lets take a closer look at a mountain called "North Massif". The mountain is approximately 4km from both GS1 and 5. With the two Geology stations
being 2km apart, you can see a noticeable change in the perspective of the mountain.
Note the position of the craters and how they change in relation to one another between the two shots. Your identical backgrounds claim doesn't hold
up to a basic examination.