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Please tell me how do i search Hi rise and what is it i am always willing to learn and better my self i dont want to post BS i do not know to
much about Google earth -artifacts stiching i dont know what that is so if you would help me out where do you go to find out about Hi rise
Okay, first download Google Earth if you do not already have it. Once it is installed and running, switch to the Mars view.
When watching videos of people showing things on Google Earth, try to catch the Latitude and Longitude of the said anom that they are looking at or
trying to show you. Always include the Lat and Long in any thread or post you made.
Unfortunately, I do not see any Lat and Long in your pictures, but because you did post clips from far out and zooming in, I was able to quickly find
where this is by matching features in each picture while zooming in myself.
The Lat and Long for this is: N 45 deg 56" and E 23 deg 32"
Now, before you zoom in too much, it's important to find out exactly what image that Google Earth is using for you to view. To do that, open up in
Google Earth on the left where it says "Spacecraft Imagery", and place check marks in all the boxes:
Now what this does is create color boxes that indicate what spacecraft took images of that area.
Looking, we can see that the area has not been imaged by HiRISE, but was imaged by the CTX imager onboard the Mare Orbiter .
Specifically, here is a link for that imaged area to the raw image:
Link to raw image
Now you can download or open up a larger resolution of the image and go looking for your anom in it.
You won't find it there, I've looked. You'll also notice a HUGE difference in detail (IE the raw image is much better than what Google Earth is
You can do this for the Moon view too.