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Creepy thought, but this makes me think of antlions, something we have many of and they partcularly like soft, silky textured sand. Question is, if it could be organic what is it catching ?

This is what it looks like

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This is the hole it creates, you can see its head and pincers in the insert

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This is what a lot of the together look like

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Obviously there are folks of whatever species doing their nine to five on those celestial bodies.  Just wish I knew more about it.



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What would a square thing be doing down there? I suppose if they have spaceships like we have cars, then it does not matter where you live because you can always "get to the shops" by air. So living at the bottom of a crater is probably one of the safest places (since it is not likely that the same place will be hit twice with an asteroid ?) Maybe the view is beautiful to alien eyes? Possibly a minig operation and the black/dark patch above and to the right is a mine or hole into the side of the crater.

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Vesta

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Vesta is much bigger than the other known asteroids only beat in size by Ceres

Below is a comparison of Vesta  to some other asteroids


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According to the Planetary society:

"Next summer, about exactly a year from now, Dawn will arrive at Vesta, the asteroid belt's second-largest resident. And while Vesta is technically an asteroid, it won't make a whole heck of a lot of sense to include it with this montage. To get a sense of how Vesta compares to all the things that we've visited before, here is Vesta and the same montage as above, presented at the same scale of two kilometers per pixel:
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Source: http://www.planetary.org/blog/article/00002585/

I thought I would enhance it to show a realistic view of such "asteroid"

Here you are folks. Enjoy this piece of space oddity.

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Source http://imgsrc.hubblesite.org/hu/db/images/hs-1997-27-f-web.jpg

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-- Edited by Chandre on Saturday 4th of September 2010 01:39:01 PM

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