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Originally posted by XeroOne
Interesting. Way too big to be a spacecraft (a very unlikely hypothesis), and we can't tell how tall it is. It's more solid than the terrain around it, otherwise it would have eroded the same way and blended in.
Was this actually an image taken of Mars?
Originally posted by Kratos40
This is most likely a sinkhole or a crater. If you notice the dried up rivulets leading down toward that dip in the sand dune, it is most likely that water or wind erosion has caused this indentation. This is nothing spectacular as there was another ATS thread on a clear and obvious sinkhole:
Giant hole and Tunel found in Mars
Originally posted by yourmaker
It looks like a cliff
It's hard to fathom why a ship of any nature would be then and there to be photographed presumably from an orbiter, what would it's purpose be?edit on 8-8-2012 by yourmaker because: (no reason given)