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Originally posted by Glassbender777
I heard on Coast to Coast that Nasa plans on sending a new Will I Am music back to Earth via Radio waves, not Voice. But still a weird thing to do, And pretty much a waste of time. Wonder how much that costs.???
The colour contrast has been adjusted by NASA – the original is covered with a yellow-orangey hue – in order to make the photo reflect what Mars would look like if it had the same level of natural sunlight as does Earth.
Originally posted by GezinhoKiko
why is the sky white?edit on 28-8-2012 by GezinhoKiko because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by Thrace
Looking at the photo it almost looks as if it's someones first attempt at making a cgi landscape in photoshop.
Originally posted by Elentarri
Nasa is probably playing with the colours again on photoshop - you know - making sure the sky isn't blue and that there aren't any inconvenient aliens running around
However the downfall to this mission would be that whomever arrives in MARS will be unable to come back. So once you are there, you are there till you die. There is no coming back to Earth.
Originally posted by _Phoenix_
Originally posted by sprtpilot
How is that image even remotely "high resolution"?
This one is a bit better.
It looks strange thou, what's with the dark bits? Strange shadows? Is it some kind of filter on the pictures causing this effect? It's most obvious at the bottom of the picture close to the camera, looks like oil lol.
Anyone know what this is about?
Originally posted by ~widowmaker~
reply to post by voyger2
"Although, notice the hills formations that are losing the round shape at the top"
i noticed that as well, more so near the left top of image, maybe it was cropped? some of the edges look "cutt"