Imagine: NASA is not only looking out--moon, planets and stars, but also in--Mayan culture.
There's no end to surprises.
proto wrote:marduk2012 wrote:Glass Tubes
now that's the sort of images that can blow person mind, if its authentic mars picture ,
where are these images comes from ?
well i went and searched that site the op linked , good site .
and also got answer where this photos taken from ,
and read his report about it, he claims this image been tampered with,
but anyway summary of his report is :
The reality is that either view probably does not exactly represent full truth in the visuals because this entire strip as released has been subjected to some stretching at official level before being released. For those interested, proof of this stretching can clearly be seen in the elliptical shape of craters and pits elsewhere in the official strip that of course should be round. This stretching may very well have influenced the visuals of these many parallel ridge lines causing them to be a bit exaggerated in curvature and reverse curvature in either view orientation.
(1) ... The Ridge Form evidence has nothing to do with tubes, root systems, or worms.
(2) ... The Ridge Form evidence is life capitalizing on shallow water flowing down a slope.
(3) ... The Ridge Forms evidence may be civilization seen at a great distance.
(4) ... Image tampering is pervasive in this site directly hiding evidence.
(5) ... Image tampering is also pervasive in this site creating perceptive illusions.
(6) ... A trough system with liquid surface water in it is clearly and directly evidenced.
(7) ... Liquid surface water evidence challenges & undermines official science data and positions.
full report at :
http://www.marsanomalyresearch.com/evid ... ng-gun.htm
one thing i don't understand , how come all the other mars images are so poor and
in bad resolution compared to this one .
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Next NASA Mars Mission Rescheduled for 2011 WASHINGTON -- NASA's Mars Science Laboratory will launch two years later than previously planned, in the fall of 2011. The mission will send a next-generation rover with unprecedented research tools to study the early environmental history of Mars.
A launch date of October 2009 no longer is feasible because of testing and hardware challenges that must be addressed to ensure mission success. The window for a 2009 launch ends in late October. The relative positions of Earth and Mars are favorable for flights to Mars only a few weeks every two years. The next launch opportunity after 2009 is in 2011.
"We will not lessen our standards for testing the mission's complex flight systems, so we are choosing the more responsible option of changing the launch date," said Doug McCuistion, director of the Mars Exploration Program at NASA Headquarters in Washington. "Up to this point, efforts have focused on launching next year, both to begin the exciting science and because the delay will increase taxpayers' investment in the mission. However, we've reached the point where we can not condense the schedule further without compromising vital testing."
The Mars Science Laboratory team recently completed an assessment of the progress it has made in the past three months. As a result of the team's findings, the launch date was changed.
"Despite exhaustive work in multiple shifts by a dedicated team, the progress in recent weeks has not come fast enough on solving technical challenges and pulling hardware together," said Charles Elachi, director of NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, Calif. "The right and smart course now for a successful mission is to launch in 2011."
The advanced rover is one of the most technologically challenging interplanetary missions ever designed. It will use new technologies to adjust its flight while descending through the Martian atmosphere, and to set the rover on the surface by lowering it on a tether from a hovering descent stage. Advanced research instruments make up a science payload 10 times the mass of instruments on NASA's Spirit and Opportunity Mars rovers. The Mars Science Laboratory is engineered to drive longer distances over rougher terrain than previous rovers. It will employ a new surface propulsion system.
Rigorous testing of components and systems is essential to develop such a complex mission and prepare it for launch. Tests during the middle phases of development resulted in decisions to re-engineer key parts of the spacecraft.
"Costs and schedules are taken very seriously on any science mission," said Ed Weiler, associate administrator for NASA's Science Mission Directorate at NASA Headquarters. "However, when it's all said and done, the passing grade is mission success."
The mission will explore a Mars site where images taken by NASA's orbiting spacecraft indicate there were wet conditions in the past. Four candidate landing sites are under consideration. The rover will check for evidence of whether ancient Mars environments had conditions favorable for supporting microbial life and preserving evidence of that life if it existed there.
NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory manages the Mars Science Laboratory project for the Science Mission Directorate.
For more information about the Mars Science Laboratory, visit:
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Not all tubes are tubes, the tubes above are tubes though as the one has something in it with a head light, maybe some sort of tram system that moves the below ground drewllers around the planet. Or also could be part of an amusement park ride where it takes you outside for a view of the harsh outside world and maybe they can view the above ground creatures that roam about, kind of like those animal parks in Florida USA.
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And here we thought Tornado's were bad.
First photo is screen shot from Google Mars and second has been color enhanced for better viewing.
Location 2 21 22.69N 9 12 14.62W Google Mars.
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