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Originally posted by misfitofscience
Because it is not the OP's original picture(s). Therefore that is copyright..
well, go over it with a fine tooth comb
Originally posted by kdog1982
Did you use the raw images for your project?
Maybe they saw something and is now trying to cover it up.
Originally posted by windword
reply to post by impaired
That's so weird and frustrating that your having these problems. Thanks for doing what you have done, it so cool!
Were you able to see images where the white boxes are, before they disappeared?
I was looking up close at high res and saw this and snipped it. What do you suppose that round shiny thing on the horizon is? It looks like a domed observatory.
"This relationship suggests that the occurrence of the mounds is associated with pre-existing faults and fractures that might have acted as pathways for subsurface fluids,"
Several investigators have detected methane, which on Earth is generally — although not exclusively — the gas associated with mud volcanoes
Such methane may spring from water reacting with iron minerals below the Martian surface, the team speculates.