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Mars Global Surveyor finds Pharaoh carved in mountain.
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[quote:10.30.10.DOOOM:MV8xMjcwMjU1XzIwNzM0Mjk3Xzc5RkU2RjAz] [quote:2342] where is the original link to the photo from NASA/JPL? Just because someone posted a photo doesn't mean I'm going to believe it's from an original source. Here you go. http://photojournal.jpl.nasa.gov/catalog/PIA10210 [/quote] "The cliff in this image from Opportunity's panoramic camera (Pancam) is informally named Cape St. Vincent. It is a promontory approximately 12 meters (39 feet) tall on the northern rim of Victoria crater, near the farthest point along the rover's traverse around the rim" Not a very large "carving". You can find all sorts of faces and designs in rock. It's natural for our brains to find these patterns. Lets see if others can spot it! hi rez image http://photojournal.jpl.nasa.gov/jpeg/PIA10210.jpg It's nothing. It wouldn't be more than a few fee tall. [/quote]
This is an amazing find. Clearly you can see it is a Pharaoh carved into rock.
How do you explain this ?
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