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NASA Clair are caused by loose 'sand' Drifting upon a very hard solid surface.

  If so, could we see sand-free gaps in the waveform.

The person who wrote this description seems never have seen the natural conditions of the said conditions.

 

 



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http://www.nasa.gov/multimedia/imagegallery/image_feature_2037.html 

This 'color' image seems to differ from the b + w in that the far right 'crater' or 'impact' area looks more pronounced.  I do notice the wave patterns as well which NASA claim are caused by loose 'sand' drifting upon a very hard solid surface.

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I Toggle this picture and clips, in order to point out what the sand waves are structural set up, as forgery based on a simple calculation formula would be the case.

rockshield_opportunity_1024.jpg

FakeSandWaves.jpg 

These images are not exactly trustworthy.

The sand wave pattern is too systematic and the wreck on the picture have no effect on the wave pattern near to it, but that issue is a serious mistake of the "nature".

 



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Interesting, there is a probability of a meeting opportunity with spirit ?confuse



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http://marsrover.nasa.gov/gallery/press/opportunity/20110607a/PIA14135_Eagle-to-Endeavour_br.jpg 

It is fascinating that NASA calls these 'rim' features ~ 'cape' around Endeavour Crater...

http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/cape 

Definition of CAPE

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: a point or extension of land jutting out into water as a peninsula or as a projecting point ...
 
i.e. :
 
Cape York
Cape Tribulation
Cape Byron
 

PIA14135_Eagle-to-Endeavour_br.jpg

 

 



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http://apod.nasa.gov/apod/ap110731.html

rockshield_opportunity_1024.jpg

Metal on the Plains of Mars
Image Credit: Mars Exploration Rover Mission, JPL, NASA

Explanation: What has the Opportunity rover found on Mars? While traversing a vast empty plain in 2005 in Meridiani Planum, one of Earth's rolling robots on Mars found a surprise when visiting the location of its own metallic heat shield discarded last year during descent. The surprise is the rock visible on the lower left, found to be made mostly of dense metals iron and nickel. The large cone-shaped object behind it -- and the flank piece on the right -- are parts of Opportunity's jettisoned heat shield. Smaller shield debris is also visible. Scientists do not think that the basketball-sized metal "Heat Shield Rock" originated on Mars, but rather is likely an ancient metallic meteorite. In hindsight, finding a meteorite in a vast empty dust plain on Mars might be considered similar to Earth meteorites found on the vast empty ice plains of Antarctica. The finding raises speculations about the general abundance of rocks on Mars that have fallen there from outer space.



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Oppy's Elegy
Everybody …
Will agree …
That Oppy’s Tracks
Ignore the topography ….
Underneath …

Oppy's Tracks.jpg



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THEN LONG AND WINDING ROAD

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I've applied edge detection plus expanded colors and added saturation.

Anybody can draw his/her own conclusions. smile


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Thanks to Cornell University M D Lorenzo's and Ken Kremer for producing the image (The orignal I mean)


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Opportunity shoots Awesome Views of Santa Maria Crater

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Oops I botched it again, I confused endurance with endevour. Hope the watcher of the truth has not caught that error or he will be bashing me around soon. :lol:

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This will make my point clearer. If endurance crater is still visible (see map) the Victoria crater should be around too I spss. confuse

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Well I don't really know what this virtual mission's itinirary is but apparently it's coming back to where it's started from. Or maybe every feature is local as the oppy rover only has strolled through a relatively short runj. That the case, wonder if Victoria crater should also be visible, somewhere around.

On April 30, 2004 Opportunity reached Endurance crater

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Opportunity_rover


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Opportunity-Sol-2450-P2c_Ken-Kremer.jpg
Opportunity arrived at Santa Maria crater on Sol 2450 (Dec 15, 2010) and will spend the next few weeks exploring around the 80 meter wide crater. In the background is Endeavour crater, 6 km away. This mosaic was assembled from pancam images. Credit: NASA/JPL/Cornell/ Ken Kremer, Marco Di Lorenzo

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