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Here is the link:       

http://www.360cities.net/image/mars-panorama-curiosity-solar-day-177#-103.30,2.30,5.0

 

It is at maximum  magnification  and at the 1:00 position via the upper left hand side controls of the panorama direction adjustment.

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Yes Ken, my display is 27" and I am running it at its highest resolution which is 2560 x 1440. So, I do get the best possible pic, from what ever is exposed. And yes, I do use a magnifying glass too, when I need to, for even better views. I will look again, and will even look for Buddha again, in the other post, to see if I can "see"!handshake.gif


 



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Yes Ken, my display is 27" and I am running it at its highest resolution which is 2560 x 1440. So, I do get the best possible pic, from what ever is exposed. And yes, I do use a magnifying glass too, when I need to, for even better views. I will look again, and will even look for Buddha again, in the other post, to see if I can "see"!handshake.gif



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Just  grab a magnifying glass and scrutinize these panoramas if you have a large and hi definition computer monitor and you will see many anomalies.

Things like that Buddha like head in the SOL 177 panorama just pop out at you with their clarity and there is no mistaking of what it is.

 

With my direct screen shots it is best to see them at a slight distance, but you  go should check them out on your own on your hi-definition monitor using a magnifying glass to view the panorama directly, to find what I highlighted with the direct screen shot.

 

The very human like figures are very hard to accept on Mars as we been told that there is hardly any oxygen on Mars amongst other things that are lacking to make life possible, so we been told.

But who knows what the real story is.

We could be viewing a different  dimension, as real beings in real time would spot the rover and either have their government confiscated it, to be never seen again like what would happen on earth or else these beings, if they are primitive, will destroy it out of fear of the strange and unknown.

The bald headed young man just above that artificial  blur swath in PIA16453 comes to mind as he is looking directly at the rover.

 

Hopefully  I can guide to to the approximate direction in the right NASA panorama, as some versions of the same panorama of Mars are produced with artificially  low contrast to make it harder to spot anomalies.



-- Edited by Ken A on Monday 8th of April 2013 09:09:14 PM



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-- Edited by Ken A on Monday 8th of April 2013 09:28:20 PM

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Hello Ken A. Thanks for hunting for the anomalies, and for posting what you find! One thing is for certain, we don't always see the same things in NASA images. I am not sure why your posted pics come out so blurry, as they are very hard to visualize.

I have gone to each of the NASA links you posted, and I have to say, I do not see what seems to be any real anomalies. Doesn't mean there aren't any, I just don't see them. And for sure, I am not a sleptic, as I do search for anomalies myself, and have found many.

For sure, the way to find them is to keep looking. It has been my experience that even when finding what one believes to be a clearly obvious outstanding anomaly, it seems that there are always many who have a hard time seeing it with you. And that sometimes can be a little aggrivating for a poster! biggrin As I said, we just do not all see the same things!!!!!



-- Edited by rdunk on Monday 8th of April 2013 05:02:21 PM

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More weird things on that same panorama:

 

http://photojournal.jpl.nasa.gov/jpeg/PIA16457.jpg

 

 

IMG_2722.jpg



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