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M-Albion-3D
19th May 2016, 07:36
Images from the MRO captured May 2011
http://www.uahirise.org/ESP_022620_1690

http://i1282.photobucket.com/albums/a528/marsevidence01/3D%20glassed%20required_zpsdrsk7umo.jpg

There are quite a few cities on Mars which are, at least in my findings appear to be very alien indeed. As I have mentioned in previous posts, using the benefit of anaglph 3D optics, one can grasp the ever important "depth of field" which allows the human eye/mind greater interpretation of the surface. However, even when we come across these fantastic structures, initially it is very difficult to recognize their unique alien design due to a lack of any geometric principles we use on Earth..

It takes thousands of hours perusing the surface in 3D mode before one begins to see the alien signature of their design prowess. But let me see if I can give some pointers.

The first important step, is adjusting one's eyesight, and to understand the enormous surface scale. Remind yourself frequently. Without size reflection, frankly, you will not recognize a darn thing. So, keep this firmly in your mind's eye as you peruse.

"Even at the greatest magnification of the images I post, IF you were standing on the surface in the image, you would not be seen...you would be too small....only just though...but not visible".

Secondly, as your eyes move across the image, it is very important that you SLOW DOWN. Take your time to adjust your eyes from pixel to pixel. Remember, you are looking at an alien construct the likes of which, you have never seen before and at first, nothing will make any sense until you begin to see the "dimensionality" AND sheer scale of their crystalline like structures.

When the designs begin to emerge, you will sense the absolute beauty in their capability. I will be posting a 3D video shortly of this region of the Melas Plains just south of the Valles Marineris which will exemplify further.

http://i1282.photobucket.com/albums/a528/marsevidence01/Image2_zpsegmswlwm.png

In the image(s) below, again in the same region of the Melas Plains, we see something very interesting indeed. Also the same "scale" applies here but just below the ridge at about 2 o'clock center, we see a superb rendition of a human face in what I have named a "cameo plateau", This is quite beautiful as I get the sense it may represent a "Human encampment" of sorts. There are several cave like entrances in and around the immediate area conducive to human size and scale.

However, these facial cameo's actually are quite common many of which portray a wide variety of animals, alien and humanoid features.

http://i1282.photobucket.com/albums/a528/marsevidence01/Image4_zpsr5xsrd8f.png

http://i1282.photobucket.com/albums/a528/marsevidence01/Image4_zpsoc1wgnyd.png


In the image below, we see some truly incredible structures as they careen down the side of this huge embankment. These structures are quite numerous in this region and have embedded in their form, beautiful artistic patterns of abstract facial features.


http://i1282.photobucket.com/albums/a528/marsevidence01/Image5_zpsjxstnrc7.png



"In a recent study of southwestern Melas Chasma using high-resolution image, topographic and spectral datasets eleven fan-shaped landforms were found. These fans add to growing evidence that Melas Chasma once held a lake that had fluctuating levels.[6] (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Melas_Chasma/lcite_note-6)[7] (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Melas_Chasma/lcite_note-7)
The canyon's depth suggests that this location may be the best site for a manned outpost as it would have the highest natural air pressure on Mars. Equatorial solar irradiation and access to water would enhance this option still further."


https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Melas_Chasma

Cidersomerset
19th May 2016, 17:07
Although not ruins or present buildings confirms once and for all there was probably lots of water on Mars.....


from article...
http://ichef-1.bbci.co.uk/news/624/cpsprodpb/6148/production/_89740942_water_on_mars.jpg
Did early Mars have a vast northern ocean?

http://static.bbci.co.uk/frameworks/barlesque/3.18.3/orb/4/img/bbc-blocks-dark.png

Evidence of ancient tsunamis on Mars

By Jonathan Amos
BBC Science Correspondent

4 hours ago

http://ichef.bbci.co.uk/news/660/cpsprodpb/BD78/production/_89740584_image_2.png
Tsunami-borne sediments (arrow) inundate the land in an upslope direction (towards bottom-right)

read more...
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/science-environment-36333760

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I posted this on the current Jason Martell thread and its last weeks show , there
are a few bits that may be of interest.....They show various images of possible
objects and artefacts aprox 27 mins in from the curiosity rover and other sources
and discuss them.

Ancient Aliens S09E02: Destination Mars

kNTcgU8SZeA

Published on 14 May 2016
"Ancient Aliens S11E02 Destination Mars " - Science and mythology - and how they are the same thing.

transiten
19th May 2016, 18:56
Interesting, but why are the sentences Mercuryretrograde reversed?

What I don't get is whether there were humans on Earth when the Martians came here and terraformed the Earth?? Seems unlikely. I've been away from the forum for so long now that the theory that we are the Martians seems unbelievable.

Or did I miss something here? Probably...

Cidersomerset
19th May 2016, 19:39
I have trouble focusing in on these pictures though in this one there are many rectangular shapes
in green both vertical and horizontal and flat slabs or roofs ? that look artificial to me....


http://i1282.photobucket.com/albums/a528/marsevidence01/Image2_zpsegmswlwm.png

DNA
19th May 2016, 19:48
I have trouble focusing in on these pictures though in this one there are many rectangular shapes
in green both vertical and horizontal and flat slabs or roofs ? that look artificial to me....


http://i1282.photobucket.com/albums/a528/marsevidence01/Image2_zpsegmswlwm.png

I can't even see the cartoon character in those magic eye pictures they have at the mall.
So you will have to forgive me if I tell you I have no chance in hell of discerning what you are talking about here.
But, I appreciate your pointing this stuff out to me. :nerd:

M-Albion-3D
19th May 2016, 20:44
[QUOTE=Cidersomerset;1069167]I have trouble focusing in on these pictures though in this one there are many rectangular shapes
in green both vertical and horizontal and flat slabs or roofs ? that look artificial to me....

I noticed you said "rectangular shapes in green". I think you are saying that you are looking at these images without 3D anaglyph glasses on. Sorry Cider, you won't see much without them. Once you look through red/cyan glasses EVERYTHING will change and the image will be in pure grey scale.

Here's a great pair especially if you wear glasses: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Clip--Glasses-Dimensional-Anagly-BuyinCoins/dp/B0058GN1AM/ref=sr_1_21?ie=UTF8&qid=1463690285&sr=8-21&keywords=3d+glasses

M-Albion-3D
19th May 2016, 21:07
[quote=cidersomerset;1069167]i have trouble focusing in on these pictures though in this one there are many rectangular shapes
in green both vertical and horizontal and flat slabs or roofs ? That look artificial to me....




I can't even see the cartoon character in those magic eye pictures they have at the mall.
So you will have to forgive me if i tell you i have no chance in hell of discerning what you are talking about here.
But, i appreciate your pointing this stuff out to me. :nerd:

Hi DNA, I suspect the same difficulty here re. red/cyan glasses. It's fascinating, I remember back when I was first interested in researching images of the Martian surface, I never thought of 3D until a "person" contacted me who lives in Houston advised me to get a pair of anaglyph's, I remember him saying back then, "why do you think NASA spent over $40 million dollars on equipping the MRO with the largest "stereo" camera ever sent in to space...for 3D entertainment? He continued; "the on board stereo camera has absolutely no other purpose than to assist the human eye with depth of field or 3D"

If you want to see confirmation of extra-terrestrial life in hi definition on the surface of our closest planetary neighbor, just 45 million miles "up the road" - invest in these 3D glasses. Since I did...I've been hooked!

Cidersomerset
19th May 2016, 21:11
I can't even see the cartoon character in those magic eye pictures they have at the mall.

That's what I was basing the picture's on , I could actually see the 3 D picture thru the dots eventually
though that was a while ago...LOL


Sorry Cider, you won't see much without them. Once you look through red/cyan glasses
EVERYTHING will change and the image will be in pure grey scale.


That makes sense and I thought it must be something like that. I did have
a pair somewhere I brought back from Disney world , the same place I
saw the 3 D pictures in the Mall at the top of International drive back in
the 1990's...LOL

M-Albion-3D
19th May 2016, 21:38
Interesting, but why are the sentences Mercuryretrograde reversed?

What I don't get is whether there were humans on Earth when the Martians came here and terraformed the Earth?? Seems unlikely. I've been away from the forum for so long now that the theory that we are the Martians seems unbelievable.

Or did I miss something here? Probably...

Well I suppose it all depends who you talk to, but a great question nonetheless. From my own experience over the past 3 years of close up analysis of the Martian surface, I have zero doubt in my results, which indicate unequivocally the presence of human or humanoid "representations" in the form of surface artwork (can't actually see any humans or aliens - too small) which I've named "renditions" for want of a better term.

So, my logic is; if there are representations of the human form on Mars (which there are) then in all likelihood, there are humans on more than just two planets (Earth and Mars) leading me to conclude (and there seems to be much additional evidence in support now surfacing) that "Human DNA" is ubiquitous throughout our solar system and probably beyond.

For sure in my mind without doubt, the evidence is now clear - we are not alone in this universe.

Heyoka_11
19th May 2016, 22:02
I've been away from the forum for so long now that the theory that we are the Martians seems unbelievable.

Hey, welcome back...fellow Martian :biggrin:

:focus:

Tony.

transiten
20th May 2016, 06:32
Interesting, but why are the sentences Mercuryretrograde reversed?

What I don't get is whether there were humans on Earth when the Martians came here and terraformed the Earth?? Seems unlikely. I've been away from the forum for so long now that the theory that we are the Martians seems unbelievable. Or did I miss something?

Well I suppose it all depends who you talk to, but a great question nonetheless. From my own experience over the past 3 years of close up analysis of the Martian surface, I have zero doubt in my results, which indicate unequivocally the presence of human or humanoid "representations" in the form of surface artwork (can't actually see any humans or aliens - too small) which I've named "renditions" for want of a better term.

So, my logic is; if there are representations of the human form on Mars (which there are) then in all likelihood, there are humans on more than just two planets (Earth and Mars) leading me to conclude (and there seems to be much additional evidence in support now surfacing) that "Human DNA" is ubiquitous throughout our solar system and probably beyond.

For sure in my mind without doubt, the evidence is now clear - we are not alone in this universe.

I agree with you that we are not alone and I believe there are artifacts on Mars but the analogy that we are going to "terraform" Mars in the same way they did with Earth coming here, presupposes there were no humans on Earth and that it was barren like Mars as they arrived here?

transiten
22nd May 2016, 10:15
Interesting, but why are the sentences Mercuryretrograde reversed?

What I don't get is whether there were humans on Earth when the Martians came here and terraformed the Earth?? Seems unlikely. I've been away from the forum for so long now that the theory that we are the Martians seems unbelievable. Or did I miss something?

Well I suppose it all depends who you talk to, but a great question nonetheless. From my own experience over the past 3 years of close up analysis of the Martian surface, I have zero doubt in my results, which indicate unequivocally the presence of human or humanoid "representations" in the form of surface artwork (can't actually see any humans or aliens - too small) which I've named "renditions" for want of a better term.

So, my logic is; if there are representations of the human form on Mars (which there are) then in all likelihood, there are humans on more than just two planets (Earth and Mars) leading me to conclude (and there seems to be much additional evidence in support now surfacing) that "Human DNA" is ubiquitous throughout our solar system and probably beyond.

For sure in my mind without doubt, the evidence is now clear - we are not alone in this universe.

I agree with you that we are not alone and I believe there are artifacts on Mars but the analogy that we are going to "terraform" Mars in the same way they did with Earth coming here, presupposes there were no humans on Earth and that it was barren like Mars as they arrived here?

Anyone wants to make a clarification?

M-Albion-3D
23rd May 2016, 07:09
Interesting, but why are the sentences Mercuryretrograde reversed?

What I don't get is whether there were humans on Earth when the Martians came here and terraformed the Earth?? Seems unlikely. I've been away from the forum for so long now that the theory that we are the Martians seems unbelievable. Or did I miss something?

Well I suppose it all depends who you talk to, but a great question nonetheless. From my own experience over the past 3 years of close up analysis of the Martian surface, I have zero doubt in my results, which indicate unequivocally the presence of human or humanoid "representations" in the form of surface artwork (can't actually see any humans or aliens - too small) which I've named "renditions" for want of a better term.

So, my logic is; if there are representations of the human form on Mars (which there are) then in all likelihood, there are humans on more than just two planets (Earth and Mars) leading me to conclude (and there seems to be much additional evidence in support now surfacing) that "Human DNA" is ubiquitous throughout our solar system and probably beyond.

For sure in my mind without doubt, the evidence is now clear - we are not alone in this universe.

I agree with you that we are not alone and I believe there are artifacts on Mars but the analogy that we are going to "terraform" Mars in the same way they did with Earth coming here, presupposes there were no humans on Earth and that it was barren like Mars as they arrived here?

Anyone wants to make a clarification?

Hi Transiten,

Interesting that you say Mars is barren, which of course is the general consensus worldwide. We have been brought up from childhood, being fed a spoon size story that Mars is "The Red Planet" with no life, no water, no atmosphere, a dead and barren world....and we (all of us) have swallowed that fable hook, line and sinker!

But by who? Hmmm let me see, ah yes, that would be NASA I believe where it all started back in 1964 when the first real "brain wash" was unleashed on "Joe Public" by means of 21 blurry images snapped and sent back by the Mariner 4 spacecraft.

Prior to that, the myth was perpetuated by only speculative conclusions derived from Earth bound telescopic analysis.

Other than a few stabs of a flyby and a 20 second relay by a lander sent from the USSR, all of the data fed to Joe Public has been courtesy of NASA.

The real breakthrough came from the viking lander missions some ten years later when in 1976, color images were sent back and went live on the screen monitors in Houston Control Center showing the supposed surface color of the planet - except something happened that day in the control room. Unbeknownst to the technicians, all the monitor color controls had been overly saturated into the red spectrum!

And so, the myth of The RED PLANET remained intact and was safe and sound, looking devilishly inhospitable indeed.

And that.....is where the myth of the Martian surface color has remained ever since!

Further reading here from Richard Hoagland on that day in 1976 in Houston Texas.

https://books.google.com/books?id=9lJjCwAAQBAJ&pg=PA510&lpg=PA510&dq=changing+the+monitors+colors+on+the+viking+miss ions&source=bl&ots=ck1Z8PB4Vv&sig=Mj7iaz2z2X-oJxZfKZ02wlQ2cE8&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwjJos_Rve_MAhUD9h4KHdcpDMoQ6AEIJTAB#v=on epage&q=changing%20the%20monitors%20colors%20on%20the%20 viking%20missions&f=false

Since that time, whenever Mars is discussed, it is always described as the RED PLANET with an atmosphere made up primarily of CO2 with a surface density of 0.6% of that of Earth or simply put - almost zilch.

And yet nobody really questioned it in 2014 when the Curiosity lander, about the same mass (weight) as an Ford F150 pick up truck (including the entry equipment) came screaming down towards the Martian surface 500 meters per second and nearly six miles up, abruptly deployed a 52 foot diameter parachute to slow the descent to a crawl speed by means of a NON EXISTENT ATMOSPHERE!

Here's a recent shot from NASA sent by Curiosity from Gale Crater earlier this year as received on the right and the left image has been color corrected by Irfanview for comparison. Do you notice the color of the sky?

http://i1282.photobucket.com/albums/a528/marsevidence01/burns%20comp_zpsc3bshzgg.jpg

Bottom line on all this - Mars is NOT barren, neither is it lifeless. It has a thick oxygen rich atmosphere with running water with areas filled with plants and vegetation something along the lines of the Arizona western desert, especially in the regions of Melas Chasma, The Melas Plains and the western end of the five mile high mesa centered in Hebes Chasma.

No Terra Forming required!

transiten
23rd May 2016, 07:18
Thanks! Yes I've read about vegetation and seen pictures of vegetation and water on Mars but never got how much. So that requires athmosphere of course as well as the truck. Anyone else wants to comment on this topic?

Heyoka_11
23rd May 2016, 08:20
...screaming down towards the Martian surface 500 miles per second and nearly six miles up...

G'day M-Albion-3D,

Great thread and discussion!

Can I play the devil's advocate and ask if you are sure of the above quoted distance and velocity? It leaves a mere 0.012 seconds to impact.

Thanks,

Tony.

transiten
23rd May 2016, 09:25
"No terraforming requiered" ...but why was it required by Martians on planet Earth back then? Mercury the messenger is about going direct but still messing with our communication here...that's what one of the guys says in the video that "just like the Martians did terraform the Earth back then we are now going to terraform Mars"...am I totally at loss here??

M-Albion-3D
23rd May 2016, 15:10
...screaming down towards the Martian surface 500 miles per second and nearly six miles up...

G'day M-Albion-3D,

Great thread and discussion!

Can I play the devil's advocate and ask if you are sure of the above quoted distance and velocity? It leaves a mere 0.012 seconds to impact.

Thanks,

Tony.


G'day Tony,


Thanks for your comments!


Well the way I gather this, is that the trajectory of the lander actually spent quite some distance horizontally before touchdown as in the image below suggests, which adds even more question as to effectiveness of the breaking force of the "non atmosphere" that is of course, if there was none, however, if there was a significant atmosphere (which I beleive is the case) then, this image here makes complete sense.


http://i1282.photobucket.com/albums/a528/marsevidence01/20100719_EDL-chart-2010-full_zpsllfqm1qv.jpg

M-Albion-3D
23rd May 2016, 15:33
"No terraforming requiered" ...but why was it required by Martians on planet Earth back then? Mercury the messenger is about going direct ut still messing with our communication here...that's what one of the guys says in the video that "just like the Martians did terraform the Earthback then we are now going to terraform Mars"...am I totally at loss here??


I'm not 100% convinced as to this whole terraforming business personally. It is only being assumed that Earth was terraformed, we (you and I) weren't there back then so we don't really know and there's no solid evidence of terraforming being undertaken that I'm aware of.


It seems to me that we need to throw out all of our preconceived ideas about the history of our solar system together with the illusion of a barren wasteland (so to speak). For all we know, (and there is quite some evidence to support this) that several other bodies in our solar system could and do support much life - there's a lot of real estate out there and remember, all our perceptions of the planets have been carefully scripted mainly by NASA over the limit of our lifetimes. The "lie" has proven to have been a powerful tool in the manipulation of mankind. Keep an open mind....there's a ton of life we know of on at least one planet here, why not two or three or more?


Btw, Mars looks to have a huge civilization as we speak judging by the images received to date, you just have to spend the time looking close up and you WILL see their existence.http://projectavalon.net/forum4/images/smilies/0601a%20ROFL.gif

Heyoka_11
23rd May 2016, 19:38
G'day again M-Albion-3D,

Thanks for your reply, and having popped in the graphics. I incorrectly based my calculation on a trajectory perpendicular to the planet's surface :facepalm:

I found a site which includes the graphics you used HERE (http://www.space.com/16878-mars-rover-landing-sky-crane-guide.html), quoting a velocity of 13,000 miles per hour upon impact with the Martian atmosphere, that equating to approximately 5800 metres per second, and falling to 470 metres per second at parachute deployment.

The parachute was, and my head is, able to handle that!

All the Best,

Tony.

M-Albion-3D
23rd May 2016, 20:10
G'day again M-Albion-3D,

Thanks for your reply, and having popped in the graphics. I incorrectly based my calculation on a trajectory perpendicular to the planet's surface :facepalm:

I found a site which includes the graphics you used HERE (http://www.space.com/16878-mars-rover-landing-sky-crane-guide.html), quoting a velocity of 13,000 miles per hour upon impact with the Martian atmosphere, that equating to approximately 5800 metres per second, and falling to 470 metres per second at parachute deployment.

The parachute was, and my head is, able to handle that!

All the Best,

Tony.

Opps,, I corrected my velocity error, thanks for that Tony.

Heyoka_11
29th May 2016, 07:32
:bump:

Somewhat off-topic, but here are three shots of what appears to be plant-life, apparently on Mars. I picked the stills out of a YT video HERE (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DL2l30-qQAg). Commentary suggests that they were taken by NASA in April of 2008.

33534
Zoomed out.

33535
Zoomed in a tad.

33536
That's close enough.

Comments were disabled, so this was a bit of a dead end. Could be bunk for all I know! Please make of it what you will.

Thanks,

Tony.

YoYoYo
29th May 2016, 09:12
Reminds me of an old 'Seashells on Mars' suggestion by someone called Charles Shults III. Old links to this stuff around the internet aren't working but I found a mention to it on a video.

The mention starts 19m 55s into the video. Here is a link to the video starting then (https://youtu.be/qMdSI4DL1gI?t=19m55s).

Here is the whole video
qMdSI4DL1gI

I personally entertain the idea that Earthy things that have been photographed by Mars rovers may well be photographs of things on Earth.

Heyoka_11
29th May 2016, 20:47
I personally entertain the idea that Earthy things that have been photographed by Mars rovers may well be photographs of things on Earth.

NoNoNo YoYoYo :facepalm:

I believe that we must consider the possibility that Mars once teemed with life as Earth does now. Although their is much information that NASA may withhold, there is more than enough in the public domain to draw this conclusion. That, at the very least, there exist fossil remains, and at the most, remains of a full blown civilization, lie well within the realms of possibility.

Although the planet lies at the edge of the "Goldilocks Zone", it may have been the "go to" planet back in it's heyday, as life on Earth was thought to be only just taking hold.

It's all good food for thought.


I agree with you that we are not alone and I believe there are artifacts on Mars but the analogy that we are going to "terraform" Mars in the same way they did with Earth coming here, presupposes there were no humans on Earth and that it was barren like Mars as they arrived here?

G'day transiten,

Your reasoning is totally sound, but a word on "terraforming".

I first encountered the term in a Star Trek movie, where the Genesis effect was used to fast track the transforming of lifeless planets into habitable ones. Sounds inviting, but I believe that science fiction movies is where the concept belongs. The most that could be done to hasten a planet's evolution would be to plant a seed of life in favourable conditions, and then keeps your mits off for an awfully long time. We have a sufficiently well developed concept of the utter dependence of higher forms of life on lower forms of life to consider that this tremendously complex web will only develop naturally.

Your thoughts may well concur with mine: I don't know.

Tony.

YoYoYo
29th May 2016, 21:24
I personally entertain the idea that Earthy things that have been photographed by Mars rovers may well be photographs of things on Earth.

NoNoNo YoYoYo :facepalm:

I believe that we must consider the possibility that Mars once teemed with life as Earth does now. Although their is much information that NASA may withhold, there is more than enough in the public domain to draw this conclusion. That, at the very least, there exist fossil remains, and at the most, remains of a full blown civilization, lie well within the realms of possibility.


I do consider that. The idea I'm entertaining doesn't conflict with the ideas on this thread. I'm sceptical about the photos from the Mars rovers ONLY, since I looked twice at the 2nd picture of the rodent spot. My conclusion on that (so far) is there are pictures of Earth mixed in with so called pictures of Mars. But this doesn't take away from the possibilities talk about here :) Thank you for the chance to clarify

M-Albion-3D
30th May 2016, 06:46
I personally entertain the idea that Earthy things that have been photographed by Mars rovers may well be photographs of things on Earth.

NoNoNo YoYoYo :facepalm:

I believe that we must consider the possibility that Mars once teemed with life as Earth does now. Although their is much information that NASA may withhold, there is more than enough in the public domain to draw this conclusion. That, at the very least, there exist fossil remains, and at the most, remains of a full blown civilization, lie well within the realms of possibility.


I do consider that. The idea I'm entertaining doesn't conflict with the ideas on this thread. I'm skeptical about the photos from the Mars rovers ONLY, since I looked twice at the 2nd picture of the rodent spot. My conclusion on that (so far) is there are pictures of Earth mixed in with so called pictures of Mars. But this doesn't take away from the possibilities talk about here :) Thank you for the chance to clarify

Yes, I do agree re. the Rovers. The images are scanned implicitly before releasing to the public even then, most are relatively low resolution inhibiting high magnification analysis - most annoying if you ask me.

The MRO images on the other hand are an entirely different matter. Due to the expanse of real estate in each snap, they often miss anomalies buried in the folds of the topography. NASA's choice of derailment in most cases, is to use a motion blur which creates a pixel radius and is irreversible to my knowledge.

However, in saying that, one does get use to the blur and after a while your eyes begin to see through the "haze" as it were and especially in 3D you can start to make out details of alien design which appear to be numerous and quite wide spread. After spending so much time "in close quarter", I'm quite sure now that a relatively large civilization possibly several sprawl across the Melas Plains directly south of Hebes Chasma. Sounds wild to say this I know, but it looks to me that presence of life there now is modern and up to date just by the contemporary characters depicted in some off their artwork.

The key to "seeing" is to nail the scale of the surface features down in your minds eye. In the MRO images, the resolution at 1X1 binning runs around 30cm per pixel. So, if they haven't blurred the image too much, it's amazing just how much of the tiny but detailed infrastructure that can be picked out. Takes practice though.