I think it's definitely worth a closer look, kind of out of place and could be from an impact or something. Looks like kind of a harrowing drive to get much closer though. People have always seen objects in clouds, some see them on a piece of toast, or a linen shroud. I don't know what their expert is an expert of but it's probably in another field.yevaud":3uzx9jtv said:
Just in size it stands out as out of place, or it's just a rock. I vote rock.yevaud":2phdik0d said:My LOL about it was that this was the precise topic of long debate in the SS&A forum, several years ago.
At least not now? Hmm. So when will be a good time for us to go? If they had said that back in the '60s we wouldn't have put men on the moon until the '80s.StarRider1701":3gbxk7q6 said:So the rover didn't take any more pictures in this direction? Even one more picture of that area would do it. Does it move or not? Looking at the tracks of the rover, it drove right past it so there should be other pictures of that area.
I too think it is a rock. Mars doesn't have the ecosystem to support a higher mammal. No, we don't need boots on Mars, at least not now.