11th August 2012 05:01
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Curiosity curiosity (NASA Mars probe image anomaly)
I expect that those of us who like to pore over NASA photos looking for anomalies will be kept pretty busy for the next few years by the images arriving from Curiosity.
Below is a link to one of the first pics. I found it on the Discover Magazine site and it can be enlarged with a click. If you also have a built-in magnifier (highly recommended for general use) you can get in pretty close, as it's a high resolution image.
What captured my attention is an anomalous object at the co-ordinates [ 60, -25 ]
I've only spent a minute or so perusing it, but it sure looks like a mechanical fragment of some kind. There are straight "prongs" spreading out on the right hand side, one of which looks broken. The main part looks like it has a recess in the top to accept another part, complete with a round "fitment" hole on one end.
It sure don't look like no rock ta me!
Hunh. That didn't take long. Go Curiosity!
Please take a look and post your thoughts.
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11th August 2012 05:25
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