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masjosh, Here's the best I could do with the area questioned in the original post.

In the first image I have placed a red ellipse around some of the other objects of interest.

Sorry for the quality but the area is a long way from the camera.

Images uploaded in png format.

717_9_500_2_circ1.png

 

The area of this view is further along to the right as seen in the main image.

Note the very tiny structural shapes, some with domes, masts or towers.

717_9_300%_crp500_2.png

 

 



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masjosh, here is a another sectional view from the same image with no highlighting.

There are some mighty interesting objects to view in this zoomed in image.

See how many recognizable shapes you can spot.

It's best to view the small surface detail with an optical magnifier.

This image was uploaded as a jpg file but a png version is available.

Image1_300%_9K_crp1K_2.jpg

 



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I have had a look at a captured section of the main image and the surface is overflowing with interesting anomalies, the majority of which appear to have structural form.

The objects or groups of objects and other shapes are very small indeed so you may need to zoom in to observe them as they are only millimetres in size.

The image I worked on was saved as a PNG file but finally saved as a jpg. Each ellipse surrounds some of the interesting sets of objects.

When time permits I will have a look at the other parts of the main image to see what else I can find.

Have a look to see if you can spot any of the objects I have highlighted within each ellipse.

 

 

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Thanks Timewarp. I wanted honest feedback, and I appreciate it your thoughts. Regarding processing, that is the exact method I use. I zoom using Mozilla, screen capture and save PNG, then open image using GIMP to crop/highlight/adjust (levels etc)

I would be interested to see what else you have found in this image.



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To be honest masjosh, I have had a look at the image and cannot be sure what anomalous shape is but there are some other very interesting object anomalies showing in the image. They are very small. When looking for them I would advise to first zoom in using the feature on your browser ( if the zoom feature is installed). Capture a zoomed in screen-shot and then save in a graphics program as a png file rather than a jpg as you will not get a much cleaner image to work on should any adjustments be required.

I will post an image later showing some of the anomalies I have observed in this particular view.



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Craft on Martian surface? What do you guys think?

NRB_461148168EDR_F0401286NCAM00265M_.PNG

 

http://mars.jpl.nasa.gov/msl-raw-images/proj/msl/redops/ods/surface/sol/00717/opgs/edr/ncam/NRB_461148168EDR_F0401286NCAM00265M_.JPG

 



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