posted on Apr, 21 2013 @ 02:07 PM
reply to post by thetiler
These are great images and I love that they are referenced to HiRise images. Are these from the JP2's ? or from the low res jpgs? Will definitely
check them out.
I'd like to add another image to this collection ESP_023024_1010
A line of oval features 7m wide by 20m long. spaced at 100m intervals along a straight 143m line
The features were found on the south polar region of Mars. It was captured by HiRISE onboard Nasa's MRO in June 2011, (see
The features were originally seen on Mars Global Surveyor image M0901354 (see www.msss.com...
where they are seen as a row of sharks teeth along a smooth area.
HiRise offered no comment on the features, how they might have been formed or why they were so regularly spaced.
They may well be natural, but are too small to be features left by a fragmented meteorite and look out of context from the surrounding terrain. What
is strange is that there is an almost exact alignment between adjoining quadruple features.
I'm making some noise on social networking about this but its met with silence - what is that all about? are the scientists so afraid of the
association with cranks that they close their minds and eyes. Next they'll be telling us that the great science fiction writers were cranks.
edit on 21-4-2013 by open768 because: added images hosted on Ats