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MSSS has produced visible and ultraviolet cameras for the Mars Global Surveyor (1996), Mars Climate Orbiter (1998), Mars Polar Lander (1999), Mars Odyssey (2001), Cosmos 1 (2005), Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter (2005), Mars Scout Phoenix (2007), Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter (2009), a classified U.S. spacecraft, and the Mars Science Laboratory rover (2011). MSSS is currently completing a camera for the Juno mission to Jupiter (2011) and a second pair of cameras for the Mars Science Laboratory rover.
originally posted by: BioFence
I don't think of pareidolia as most people do, i mean, it was the only way someone could make us doubt our very eyes. I know that our brain looks for patterns on every image that it analyses, but if it finds one, should we really discredit what we're seeing claiming it's pareidolia?
originally posted by: BELIEVERpriest
a reply to: skyblueworld
S&F. The profile of the rock certainly seems carved, but without a closer look, this will remain a mystery. I personally believe that Angels inhabited Earth and Mars before man was created.