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Originally posted by Spotless
Notice the how the image is called on wiki :
Now lets check the nasa version:
See a problem ? "E1_DXXX.jpg" on wiki and "l1_DXXX.jpg" on nasa
Switch the letter and you can access all lowres images on nasa's page.
Enjoy And be less paranoid please.
Originally posted by ladyteeny
what strikes me is this... those square depressions on the tracks of the tyres... they're filled with earth and stones, while the rest of the track is relatively clean. to me this unequivocally indicates moisture, .. mud... if there were no moisture it wouldn't be able to build up in those depressions. or not?
Originally posted by UnixFE
reply to post by ladyteeny
Good catch about the rocks already embedded in the wheel. But how does it get there? In order to be stuck in this depression the wheels have to turn and the rover move over the ground. But is the rover already driving around (officially)?
Heard something about software updates and system checks. Nothing about 'we are driving around there already'. Maybe the wheels turned during a system test but still a bit strange to see it there.
On the other hand you can see this even in the thumbnail. Not really good quality but good enough to see it so this can't be the reason to hide the high quality pic.
Originally posted by Lulzaroonie
reply to post by BigBrotherDarkness
I'm in agreement. Question, if the Rover hasn't actually been mobile yet, how is there disturbed articles of debris, and also dirt on the landers tracks?
Originally posted by Aliensun
Originally posted by billy197300
The henryconspire dude that spammed you.....that is the only thing he did since the profile was created. Me thinks he doesn't like you.
This a bit late response, but consider that joining was done for a specific purpose and not just some clown.
Otherwise, why that amount of effort?