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Hi, we have  a page specifically aimed at assisting new members with posting called How to Get Started. Some of your questions are answered here

http://alienanomalies.activeboard.com/t31165894/want-to-give-it-a-try/



-- Edited by Chandre on Tuesday 23rd of October 2012 07:04:10 AM

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laserdance wrote:

i'm not too good with google mars,:)).


 Well laserdance, you are certainly good enough to get a picture posted! smile When i got in to searching for anomalies, I started using Google Mars, because that was all that i knew about. And at that time, I wasn't even aware of the spacecraft imagery option that was available there. With Google Mars, I found all kinds of anomalies that i started to post. Well the "skeptics" and the more experienced researchers had a field day with me, until I finally learned that most of the time, my Google Mars photos just were often not relative to the actual NASA photos.

I personally really enjoyed using Google Mars, and thought I was seeing the "real planet Mars". But mostly "not". So, I finally changed to researching with the better NASA photos. Like I said, you can still use Google Mars, with "Spacecraft Imagery" turned on, to find an area you want to research. Then just click on the specific photo areas shown, to get to the area photo for research.

Also, the Rover photos are good, and have many anomalies. I would be glad to post some useful links for you, to some of the useful website data sources, if you need them! 



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NLA_403799249EDR_F0050104NCAM00528M_.JPG

 

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NAVCAM LEFT ANLA_403799249EDR_F0050104NCAM00528M_
sol 71 01:23:35 P.M. LMSTtaken: 2012 OCT 18 02:26:22 UTCreleased: 2012 OCT 21 20:12:07 UTC

 

http://mars.jpl.nasa.gov/msl-raw-images/proj/msl/redops/ods/surface/sol/00071/opgs/edr/ncam/NLA_403799249EDR_F0050104NCAM00528M_.JPG

 

in the right corner at the sky you will notice a white object.Image taken two minutes later dont have any white object on it.That means it is not error in the image

 



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i'm not too good with google mars,:)).

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Hello Laserdance! What you have posted looks a little odd, but, I have learned the hard way that one just cannot put any confidence in the Google Mars photos. The Google Mars surface photos end up being so different from the actual Mars Orbiter photos, that we really need to take the next step, and find the actual spacecraft photos.

You probably/may already know, but, when you find something interesting on Google Mars, then go to the left-hand menu, and select "Spacecraft Imagery", and then select one or more of the imagery camera types. CTX is usually pretty good. Then go back to your position on Google Mars, and the different spacecraft images will be outlined. You would then click on the one that covered your particular area of interest. 

After you click on the photo area of interest, the photo will come up. Depending upon which image it is, serveal other clicks are necessary to get a magnified searchable view of the photo.

If you aren't aware of this, then this should help. There are other ways to search for the spacraft photos too, outside of Google.

 

Hope this helps!!! smile



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49'19.73"N 29 33' 06.65"W

those are the coordinates from google mars

to me look like ufo was flying from the hole behind him

 

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-- Edited by laserdance on Monday 22nd of October 2012 10:36:40 AM

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