DIRTY DOZEN - Episode 33

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Everyone knows there is overlap in terms of discoveries. With thousands of adept researchers world-wide, many of the same anomalies are pointed out, processed and shared. Mars3D always makes an effort to offer credit where it is due.

In DIRTY DOZEN - Episode 33 we continue our real-life science fiction mystery on the surface of Mars. One of the most amazing finds for me this week is an area where the sand has been carefully scooped out to form what appear to be letters. A "T" with a shortened cross piece, then next to it what is clearly an "H", and then another letter hidden by an intervening rock. Were these made by the rover? Look at the area. It doesn't appear to be easily-accessible by the rover's scoop. Nor have I seen the scoop used to carve letters in the sand as far as I know. Your thoughts?

We share two classic finds as well: Angie Davis's famous "Vacuum Cleaner Attachment" and Thomas Mikey Scroder Jensen's beautiful "Curious Cube".Plus another pyramid with a dome (how many of THOSE have we found?), intricately-carved structural elements and much more.

Wanna really go all-out? Why not make plans to attend the 6th Annual Mars Conference in Mobile, Alabama May 6-9, 2017? The seminars and presenters will rivet your attention and trust me, there will be fun to be had between sessions. See you there!


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Thank you to Todd who is one of our forum moderators at http://www.whatsupinthesky.com for sharing this one in the forum.  I am sure others have found this before although NASA sure did hide it well in the Black and White footage on their website.  Making it harder for the public to see things like that if it wasn't for people like Todd and oh so many more going through the 100 percent lossless files as well as the 8 bit versions of them that come directly from the rover.   It takes us six months to between PDS dumps which often have older images on them as well.   So let me know what you think below?  Artifact or Natural?  My mind isn't made up on this one yet!

NASA Link:  https://mars.jpl.nasa.gov/msl-raw-images/msss/01555/mcam/1555MR0079850020800153C00_DXXX.jpg



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