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Gary Proffitt (December 22, 2013, 06:22PM
There are many signs of a lake here that should of
eroded away in the Martian wind that are very
delicate indicators, so we must conclude that this
was a lake in the recent and not distant past.This
of course defies current claimate models for Mars
as we are presuming that Mars has been unable to
host liquid water for billions of years!
impreprex (January 06, 2013, 01:52PM
@ Grotto Productions: Ahahahaha - you nailed it.
Gehrig Fry (January 06, 2013, 01:55AM
Impreprex, sorry dude, they just don't get it
unless you use puppets. :)
impreprex (January 05, 2013, 12:03PM
It's hard to stitch a sky in. There are indeed
raw images of the sky on the NASA/JPL site. The
sky varies from butterscotch, to an aqua
blue/green - if that helps. But go check out the
raw images: mars.jpl.nasa.gov/msl/multi <
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Comix (January 05, 2013, 10:50AM
We want to see mars's sky!!!
impreprex (January 05, 2013, 12:00AM
Listen. It's very simple. I am a regular dude
who likes computers and Mars. The raw images are
on the main NASA site. I download the images and
stitch them together and share because people have
been complaining that there haven't been
enough images available to the public (stitched
mosaics, panoramas - not just raw images). I see
this, and it irks me. So I make these bigger
images our of the smaller ones. It's a hobby.
Just like how I create music. How do you not
understand? And to everyone else who reads my
comment right here - there's more context to
the conversation via snapshot comments between
nasgaar and I. Just see for yourself. Are we clear
nasgaar (January 04, 2013, 11:51PM
not to be offensive.. how do we know you do not
work for NASA..? IMJUSTSAYING..
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