The NASA blurb says the image was taken by the rover made up of multiple images 'stitched' together.
They are saying the rover managed to take images of itself from relective surfaces on the rover, iow, it took images bounced off mirrored surfaces on the rover itself, a little like us taking an image of ourselves looking in a mirror.
This is going to be how this image is disputed...they will say the white tower with a cross at the top is just part of the rover reflected into the composite image...not saying this is what the tower is, but i'm betting that's what they'll say.
OP, just so we can be sure of the events...are you saying you definitely did NOT delete the image from the NON-NASA link you provided?
If you did not, who else has access to your upload account? Anyone else in you home likely to have deleted the image?
I ask, because if it can be proven that an 'agency' hacked into your account and deleted the image....there may be a digital trail back to whoever did...which would add plenty of weight to a conspiracy involving NASA and 'other agencies'.
If it's an anchor for the bottom of a dome, there would have been many of these ringing around the lip of the crater.
What's interesting in this hypothesis, is there are images of other examples of these towers around craters on the moon, especially around Copernicus crater.
That's very strange in and of itself.
Any 'techkies' reading who are able to analyse a possible digital trail to hunt down who actually deleted the image?
It might not be that easy, but worth a try for someone who knows about these things?
Blotto wrote:nothing to see here, its just a prop left over from the filming of john carter, same as the chewing gum wrapper the rover found, messy so and so's these film crews. you would think they would have cleaned up after themselves, before they caught the shuttle back.
Pesky off world fleet.
Get the beer in and pull up a seat, we bring you project Bluebeam.
Muchtyman wrote:WillEase666 wrote:Dutchies wrote:WeTransfer link: http://wtrns.fr/7VK87805fnZvAg
Hope it will work
OK...this is damn odd.
Sorry to have doubted you.
I used what information was available at the time.
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