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Hey mark, that is an excellent photo that shows the statue quite well. To me, it is fairly obvious that it is not a "natural" part of the wall of the Cape. The wall its self is pretty much faced with horizontal lines, while the "statue" is void of such lines. It certainly does deserve the recognition and consideration as a significant "Mars Anomaly"!

Thanks for posting, with the link! 



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Hey Iceman, thanks for the image posting hints in the earlier thread!!

Now regarding the below Rover photo of "Cape St. Vincent" that you posted - while it is the "same subject" crater, it doesn't appear to be the same "Cape".

I assume that you may know this is one of the photos which just barely shows the "ancient Egyptian looking statue"??? It is located in the wall, at the far right of your Cape, in the opening near the horizontal mid-section of the wall. There are other photos that show it a little better. I don't know if this has been posted here before. I have seen it posted and discussed in one of the other forums.

It does look quite artificial. If it hasn't been discussed here before, it might be worthwhile for us to find a little better pics, if we can, and post for general discussion.




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Remember the picture with the new rover on it. It is the face of things to come.
It will often be dragged out again by every mainstream media and publicity department whenever they want to make us think this is a picture of the new rover on Mars.


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Maybe someone has an interest in this issue of the same subject.

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http://www.nasa.gov/mission_pages/mer/070628/pia09695.html

information from NASA:

This image captured by NASA's Mars Exploration Rover Opportunity shows "Cape St.
Vincent," one of the many promontories that jut out from the walls of Victoria Crater, Mars.
The material at the top of the promontory consists of loose, jumbled rock, then a bit
further down into the crater, abruptly transitions to solid bedrock. This transition point is
marked by a bright band of rock, visible around the entire crater.

Scientists say this bright band represents what used to be the surface of Mars
just before an impact formed Victoria Crater. After Opportunity begins to descend into
the crater in early July 2007, it will examine the band carefully at an accessible location
with a gentle slope. These investigations might help determine if the band's brighter
appearance is the result of ancient interactions with the Martian atmosphere.

This image was taken by Opportunity's panoramic camera on sol 1167 (May 6, 2007).
It is presented in false color to accentuate differences in surface materials.

Image credit: NASA/JPL/Cornell



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Mark Anthony wrote:

http://marsrover.nasa.gov/gallery/specialEffects/opportunity/ 

Image below shows how NASA likes to joke about colors and what the rover would look like if someone was on the surface watching...

This image superimposes an artist's concept of the Mars Exploration Rover Opportunity on the rim of Victoria Crater. It is done to give a sense of scale.

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 I download most images I want to view via my spare PC (XP home), as it allows me to auto adjust the contrast, hue, saturation, etc.,  by using this function and turning down the contrast (and sometimes inverting the colours) I often see anomalies that are hidden by the filters NASA/ESA use.

This image is interesting for two reasons, one because it uses an actual rover image over laid with an image of a Mars rover, and two because by comparing images we can see the extent of the filters used, as you can see the image I have posted shows not just a blue sky and truer view of the surface, but by turning the contrast down we can cut through the dark shadows see the exposed geological sediment layers that have occurred in the "resent" past.

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The photo on below is Cape Verde in Victoria Crater.

http://hiroc.lpl.arizona.edu/images/TRA/TRA_000873_1780/

http://marsrover.nasa.gov/gallery/all/1/n/1071/1N223263418EFF78W4P1988L0M1.HTML 

Opportunity :: Navigation Camera :: Sol 1071

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http://hiroc.lpl.arizona.edu/images/TRA/TRA_000873_1780/Victoria-color-annot.jpg 

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http://pancam.astro.cornell.edu/pancam_instrument/1487B_P2431.html 

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http://marsrover.nasa.gov/gallery/specialEffects/opportunity/ 

Image below shows how NASA likes to joke about colors and what the rover would look like if someone was on the surface watching...

This image superimposes an artist's concept of the Mars Exploration Rover Opportunity on the rim of Victoria Crater. It is done to give a sense of scale.

Sol952B_P2389_L257atc_withNew_Rover_v008_br.jpg



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Put this in your pipe and smoke it! This is a captured image from the rover in the video in the BBC video, that really looks like the 'background' Obrien is claiming in the guestbook. Yeah even if its the wallpaper, the public get black and white while they set their background with the same scene but colour and a blue sky....Look at the waves. NO PHOTOSHOP I clicked 'Take Picture' in windows movie maker and that is the image I uploaded on my blog.

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