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Originally posted by Bilk22
reply to post by Skywatcher2011
Well you can use your browser to zoom in
Originally posted by CaptainBeno
I was thinking.
Do you think that they have intentionally made the horizon look hazy to obscure any possible visitation from ET? Obviously the rover can't move so it's stuck in one place and only the camera can move. I.e. it can't hide, so do you think there was a pre-mission decision to make the horizon blurry/hazy on purpose just in case?
I will be interested to see if the horizon or pictures sharpen up when this thing starts moving?
Originally posted by Sinny
reply to post by Bilk22
Ohh, thanks for point it out, I couldn't tell it from the dirt on my screen lol
Well, Dust doesn't have anti gravity properties, and apparently there's no birds on Mars,
So technically UFO!! Woo Hoo!
Originally posted by Skywatcher2011
reply to post by 3n19m470
The question in turn may be does the rover come equipped with an automated lens cleaner? If not, is it a pixel issue then? Or were they dust particles on the lens? Finally, could those really be birds???