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Curiosity: Potential Anomalies (Update 01/2014)

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posted on Mar, 16 2014 @ 05:13 PM
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yes that's what all adults say with Scalextrics, bit early for me though , I prefer sleep at that time ,if the locals let me


had a brief nose at the unmanned spaceflight site, from the little I read , it seams like most of the discussion centres around the image formats and the varying programmes that open them .. ok


I think I would be instantly banned if I was to create a funBox there , cheers though , but im passing


all those non discussion topics , borders on madness,i wonder what would happen on the site if there was something mind shatteringly blatant, a spacecraft for instance, with go faster stripes and a brand logo loomed into view ?

definitelynotBox




posted on Mar, 16 2014 @ 06:56 PM
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Arken

ArMaP

funbox
how did the game go ?

It was not a game, it was a race.



are there any other forums or scientific forums where these images are being discussed day to day , wouldn't mind having a nose if you know of any

There's the Unmanned Spaceflight forum, there's at least one of their members that is part of one of the teams driving one of the MER rovers, and images made by some members have been published on news sites, but they have a rule you will not like:


1.3 Astrobiology may not be discussed here, even in the context of a mission with those stated goals. This includes other banned topics such as SETI, "Red Rain," alien visitors, exobiology, biosignatures, microorganisms, fossils et cetera.



1.3 Astrobiology may not be discussed here, even in the context of a mission with those stated goals. This includes other banned topics such as SETI, "Red Rain," alien visitors, exobiology, biosignatures, microorganisms, fossils et cetera.


Banne d topics. No exobiology, biosignatures, microorganisms or fossils, eh?
So, what is the exact meaning of the research of the followers of Bill Nye ?


They discuss about if an "ice cream" on Mars could evaporate or liquify?

edit on 16-3-2014 by Arken because: (no reason given)

I think it's perfectly possible to discuss Mars and Curiosity's pictures without bringing up exobiology. Just refrain from asking "is that a fossil?" or calling things "anomaly", and you'll be fine.



posted on Mar, 16 2014 @ 07:11 PM
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I take it extremophiles would be out of the question? , or are there limits on evolution in there too ?


funBox



posted on Mar, 16 2014 @ 07:19 PM
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Woooo, Buzz's bestest spoke picture is gone, I'm glad you imaged it and it's been copied on different posts and sites. The "discovery" post:

www.abovetopsecret.com...

I was going back in time because I seem to remember another marse somewhere that looked almost like the recent marse. Do you remember seeing one like that before?



posted on Mar, 16 2014 @ 07:22 PM
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and by a nillion to one's chance against I finally see what you mean , although ill still wait for the bigger pictures , looks sa liitle like small feet slowly circling , maybe prey at some point , speculation aside, theres been a position update
see pic



doesn't seemed to have moved much to me


funBox



posted on Mar, 16 2014 @ 07:35 PM
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looks like the images have been removed from the upload server he was using. not seen him of late , one sec ill use the signal**. Aleister after the nightmares I had last night about that mouse , im not intentionaly searching for another


**

funBox



posted on Mar, 16 2014 @ 07:42 PM
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funbox
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I take it extremophiles would be out of the question? , or are there limits on evolution in there too ?


funBox

The matter is not what is out of the question and what isn't; that forum seems to be for discussing planetary geology, science results from Curiosity, imaging techniques, etc. I can't blame them for wanting to keep things on topic. Even manned spaceflight is prohibited from discussion.



posted on Mar, 16 2014 @ 07:47 PM
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ahh well , if its the way they like it , so be it, not for me though

im going to see if I can find any mention , they may have a buried thread somewhere , a dungeon maybe , for dark thoughts

funBox



posted on Mar, 17 2014 @ 04:39 AM
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A small, buried "menhir" or standing stone ... interesting chunk from yesterday's update in the sol 550 archive, looks like it's been underwater for quite some time:

NASA/JPL Source Image

Also looks like it aggregated mineral deposits & smaller rocks on its surface, would love to see this up close. The image has been contrast-enhanced and slightly desaturated ...



posted on Mar, 17 2014 @ 04:54 AM
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ArMaP
 

Try this small program I made to work with img2png.

Thanks, ArMaP ... a very useful tool and finally a nice GUI for that program. The core application of img2png still doesn't handle Curiosity's .IMG files, so for that I guess I'll go with the Analyst's Notebook. But thanks again for your support!




posted on Mar, 17 2014 @ 05:22 AM
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ArMaP

Arken
Banne d topics. No exobiology, biosignatures, microorganisms or fossils, eh?
So, what is the exact meaning of the research of the followers of Bill Nye ?


They discuss about if an "ice cream" on Mars could evaporate or liquify?

Why do you think I'm a member but never post there?


Absolutely not.
I don't think you are a member of that bunch.

You are too smart, Armap.



posted on Mar, 17 2014 @ 05:28 AM
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wildespace

Arken

ArMaP

funbox
how did the game go ?

It was not a game, it was a race.



are there any other forums or scientific forums where these images are being discussed day to day , wouldn't mind having a nose if you know of any

There's the Unmanned Spaceflight forum, there's at least one of their members that is part of one of the teams driving one of the MER rovers, and images made by some members have been published on news sites, but they have a rule you will not like:


1.3 Astrobiology may not be discussed here, even in the context of a mission with those stated goals. This includes other banned topics such as SETI, "Red Rain," alien visitors, exobiology, biosignatures, microorganisms, fossils et cetera.



1.3 Astrobiology may not be discussed here, even in the context of a mission with those stated goals. This includes other banned topics such as SETI, "Red Rain," alien visitors, exobiology, biosignatures, microorganisms, fossils et cetera.


Banne d topics. No exobiology, biosignatures, microorganisms or fossils, eh?
So, what is the exact meaning of the research of the followers of Bill Nye ?


They discuss about if an "ice cream" on Mars could evaporate or liquify?

edit on 16-3-2014 by Arken because: (no reason given)

I think it's perfectly possible to discuss Mars and Curiosity's pictures without bringing up exobiology. Just refrain from asking "is that a fossil?" or calling things "anomaly", and you'll be fine.


So, again, exactly, what they talk about?



posted on Mar, 17 2014 @ 06:05 AM
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Arken

wildespace

Arken

are there any other forums or scientific forums where these images are being discussed day to day , wouldn't mind having a nose if you know of any

There's the Unmanned Spaceflight forum, there's at least one of

ArMaP

funbox
how did the game go ?

It was not a game, it was a race.

their members that is part of one of the teams driving one of the MER rovers, and images made by some members have been published on news sites, but they have a rule you will not like:


1.3 Astrobiology may not be discussed here, even in the context of a mission with those stated goals. This includes other banned topics such as SETI, "Red Rain," alien visitors, exobiology, biosignatures, microorganisms, fossils et cetera.



1.3 Astrobiology may not be discussed here, even in the context of a mission with those stated goals. This includes other banned topics such as SETI, "Red Rain," alien visitors, exobiology, biosignatures, microorganisms, fossils et cetera.


Banne d topics. No exobiology, biosignatures, microorganisms or fossils, eh?
So, what is the exact meaning of the research of the followers of Bill Nye ?


They discuss about if an "ice cream" on Mars could evaporate or liquify?

edit on 16-3-2014 by Arken because: (no reason given)

I think it's perfectly possible to discuss Mars and Curiosity's pictures without bringing up exobiology. Just refrain from asking "is that a fossil?" or calling things "anomaly", and you'll be fine.


So, again, exactly, what they talk about?


ill bet its like walking on egg shells in there, I wonder how many are dying to say 'look theres a blue-it, marsi, isosceles tabletennis racket although ide imagine most of them a scared to, reputations,careers etcetc

looks like this site is the only decent place to discuss
glad about that

funBox
edit on 17-3-2014 by funbox because: w



posted on Mar, 17 2014 @ 06:18 AM
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lots of little white chunks in that, its not what the robotic arm was imaging in sol 571 was it ?

funBox



posted on Mar, 17 2014 @ 06:22 AM
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They probably (well, maybe not) come to ATS as their secret pleasure. Arken, do they know about us, I know you have tried to make inroads on those type of discussion boards.

In any case, we still need a geologist, a exobiologist, a NASA/JPL whistling-blower, and a professor of secret pleasures here (on this thread and on ATS in general). If someone from that board is reading this, come out and play.



posted on Mar, 17 2014 @ 11:09 AM
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funbox
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lots of little white chunks in that, its not what the robotic arm was imaging in sol 571 was it ?
funBox

White chunks, yep, very interesting ... I don't think it's been imaged by MAHLI up to now, I've also seen these formations with concretions and deposits in a sol 542 image:

NASA/JPL Source Image
Image is white-balanced, also looks very 'marine' in nature ...



posted on Mar, 17 2014 @ 11:11 AM
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Interrupting for a news announcement in case youze missed it. The Big Bang has been proven with the discovery of the gravitational waves. The luck o' the Irish I presume. That is all. Please resume programming.



posted on Mar, 17 2014 @ 03:26 PM
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jeep3r
The core application of img2png still doesn't handle Curiosity's .IMG files, so for that I guess I'll go with the Analyst's Notebook.

Give me a little more time.



posted on Mar, 17 2014 @ 03:32 PM
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jeep3r
Image is white-balanced, also looks very 'marine' in nature ...

I agree that it looks more "marine", probably because it looks to be made of bigger sediments that are recognisable as such.

But bigger sediments mean less erosion, and that's something I wasn't expecting.



posted on Mar, 17 2014 @ 04:00 PM
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well , if they are, the, havnt hit this thread yet .. ehem , Aliester , ahem *grins* .. had a busy employment history perchance? ?


aeronautics maybe ?


funBox
edit on 17-3-2014 by funbox because: added puctuation because of a full plate of wolfmeat



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