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They kind of look like tailings from under ground mining?



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I have reduced the contrast down on this image to show what I was talking about (sink holes), the left flank slopes sharply downwards.

 

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Hi,

Here is the closest resolution that I could get from the HiRISE site of these objects.  Looks like black sand dunes now to me.  Weird anyway how they are so regular in disposition.......

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Frogman13 wrote:

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 I am amazed at at the level you have managed to zoom into these objects and keep such detail, the new image does seem to show hollows, sink holes or lava tubes, is it possible you could post an image of same resolution regarding the groves and the objects at its base?

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Here's a close=up.  These look like giant mites moving along in a herd.  More likely some sand dunes.  I checked the HiRise pics and more thinking that's what these are.  Sorry.

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Levelwind That is a good analogy  (they remind me of gigantic blueberries).

The objects are huge and have a highly reflected surface (maybe from wind blow sands polishing them?), and it does look like a geological/erosion event taking place around them (darker dunes and streaks), some of the spheres/rocks seem to be forming out of the dunes, and some moving southwards only to be buried some distance away (that is unless these objects are very dense and heavy, and it is the surrounding surface that is moving).

The groves are fascinating not lease because the look very recent and show the objects that caused them arriving around the same time as eachother, whether the objects are mineral or biological I cant tell, but there does seem a pattern of organisation and purpose in their movement and grouping that seems similar to biological intelligence.

Really interesting find Frogman13 ....Thank you

 



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Perhaps a magnetic force..of what? Plantlife , enormous dung beetles, housing, herds...images reduced by image program to simplistic shape..? It is easier for my brain type to understand rover visuals. Out of league with the big view. Keep em coming..

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  How about the grooves cut by these?  Almost like those sliding rocks found in Death Valley, only bigger and more uniform.

 

 

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I know.  That is what literally took my breath away when I came across this area.  Most of the time we are looking for some small anomaly or trying to see faces, pyramids or other artifacts of intelligent design or biological origin.  Here you have a massive area (76N-43E) that you would suppose would be well documented with Hi-Res photos, instead it seems that NASA is facing in the other direction intentionally.  I don't know what to make of it really.  I suppose an astro-geologist could say that these are only boulders deposited on the edge of a glacial transition line and that there is nothing here.  I on the other hand think that there is more to this just because of the lack of documentation of an obvious anomaly.  My opinion.

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It is first noticeable how these interesting elements are arranged in an orderly manner, in terms of space and linear position internally,

as the figure below shows clearly. 

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Thank you, now I can see the image.

I do have a computer, and I am quite adept at using it. The issue is that I live in a country with limited internet accessibility that means Google Earth is not available as it takes too much time to download. Other members live in countries where Google is not available at all....but thanks for asking....



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I don't know,  did this help?  Can't figure out why you can't see this pic.  I can see it and just copied and pasted it again into this reply.  You need to get Google Earth though and look for the little planet symbol at the top command bar.  When you click it Earth globe goes bye-bye and Mars or the Moon is then displayed.  Hope I'm not staing the obvious, but I figure if you replied to my post you at least have a computer. 



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Hi Frogman 13, sadly not all of us have access to Google Mars and the image you have posted does not seem to be displaying.... could you try to repost in jpeg format ?



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WOW !!!!!!

I found this on Google Mars today.  Has anybody else seen this ?  Tell me.  I had been looking for artifacts or fuzzy, slimy things under rocks, but could not believe this..........

Go to coordinates:

76.10.26.33 N

43.13.45.15 E 

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