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This is my version as concept artist of Eistla Regio in Venus.
Pictures of the planet Venus
Software_Pyrate wrote: Iceman....this is a pretty good pic.....Even to the Untrained eye(mine) the structure, bridge and road are very clear to make out, theres no guess work on this one...I also spotted one more sturcure...
Yes Software_Pyrate thank you for it. It's much to see in this picture than the original authorization is actually mine of informative for this planet and it is much work to go through all the evidence.Indeed, we need more people to work on this project because of its size and to get a wider angle of vision on it.
Frutty, Thank you for this great contribution to the debate.This case is fully need to get J.P. Skipper's opinion because he is specially qualified to deal with shadows and this reminds admitted in his Report # 076.
Found almost uncompromised image from Venus that needed minimal adjustments.
Can we expect at NASA walk the way of truth regarding the planet Venus rather than the other errors of fact they do? All but one image is re-colored it was especially necessary to break out of the ideology that NASA has toxic health activities with so many.
ICEMAN wrote:One thing I forgot Frutty, thank you for your invaluable support.
One thing I forgot Frutty, thank you for your invaluable support.
Badly censored photograph. This is what I coudl retrieve ...
Goggog could you get me some decent pictures by Venera missions after landing on Venus? Thx -- Frutty
goggog wrote:PIA00102.jpg (изображение «JPEG», 5000x4000 пикселов) - Масштабированное (18%)
PIA00102.jpg (изображение «JPEG», 5000x4000 пикселов) - Масштабированное (18%)
Inverted and recolored version of Frutty's Sapas Venus below. The building that I had in mind are define be rectangles, as seen clearly in the picture below.
fruitnut1, Here is a clipping from the previous image, can you check whether there may be a buildings found on this clipping (near to the mountains)
Iceman the pictures from Venus are easier to reveal because they usually are negatives. Try inverting it and you will get a better view of the "volcano" . Here is my rough view of it
Venus, dead or a live planet.
Original Caption Released with Image:
Sapas Mons is displayed in the center of this computer-generated three-dimensional perspective view of the surface of Venus. The viewpoint is located 527 kilometers (327 miles) northwest of Sapas Mons at an elevation of 4 kilometers (2.5 miles) above the terrain. Lava flows extend for hundreds of kilometers across the fractured plains shown in the foreground to the base of Sapas Mons. The view is to the southeast with Sapas Mons appearing at the center with Maat Mons located in the background on the horizon. Sapas Mons, a volcano 400 kilometers (248 miles) across and 1.5 kilometers (0.9 mile) high is located at approximately 8 degrees north latitude, 188 degrees east longitude, on the western edge of Atla Regio. Its peak sits at an elevation of 4.5 kilometers (2.8 miles) above the planet's mean elevation. Sapas Mons is named for a Phoenician goddess. The vertical scale in this perspective has been exaggerated 10 times. Rays cast in a computer intersect the surface to create a three-dimensional perspective view. Simulated color and a digital elevation map developed by the U.S. Geological Survey are used to enhance small-scale structure. The simulated hues are based on color images recorded by the Soviet Venera 13 and 14 spacecraft. The image was produced by the Solar System Visualization project and the Magellan Science team at the JPL Multimission Image Processing Laboratory and is a single frame from a video released at the April 22, 1992 news conference.