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Wait, so the sun actually shines from different direction on mars.
Thats an amazing discovery
reply to post by Aleister
The proof is in the two pic's, two different directions, and two different sun settings.
Now i could go there and take some pic's myself, but then you would have to wait a looong time to see my proof.
1) Where funbox draws arrows after first posting the pic earlier (which I'll link here above) www.abovetopsecret.com...
reply to post by symptomoftheuniverse
right in the middle almost , slightly left something is giving off a real bright specular highlight looks almost kind of cylindrical domish on top with the suns reflection (disc) diffused but mildly apparent, the whole area looks like it has a fair bit of metal in it , or something that reflect light like metal, wet rock?
Maybe a reflection off a metallic rock, but it seems to have segments below the dome shape. Reminds me of a jelly fish, spider or another animal with multiple legs almost. Not to mention a Sci Fi movie I have seen about beings on the moon attacking astronauts called Apollo18.
On the other hand, the technicians at NASA/JPL aren't looking for the same things we are. They have mission goals in mind, and are going to be much more interested in looking ahead to possible obstructions, recognizable rock formations, and so on. I like the idea of looking for those spoke-like objects, even though they are likely just a curious accumulation of rocks and soil. They may be the easiest to recognize from a distance.
edit on 28-1-2014 by Blue Shift because: (no reason given)
Well now I'm mumbling because I am sucked into this. I have been looking at funbox's gif for about 45 minutes now. I don't know if this makes sense, but it seems like to much volume of whatever the "LGM" is disappears. I mean the creature for lack of better way to put it, is taller on the rock, least that's how it seems to me. So even if it's a different lighting , the rock loses a lot of the bulk or height that the creature has when sitting upon it. Lol did any of that make sense?
Crimmy, almost midnight and I'm looking at LGM sitting on rocks on Mars. Only on ATS, I swear....Mumblin again...