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NASA Mars rover image - why am I looking at a road?

 
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Re: NASA Mars rover image - why am I looking at a road?
Remember those GORGEOUS high-quality color pictures that were taken when we landed on the moon?

You know, the ones that were taken from a chest mounted camera and which had better exposure, shutter and every other setting made perfect on a camera from 1968 which wasn't affected by radiation, moon dust or anything else and no matter where you shot it, the picture was neither under or over-exposed.

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No, I don't remember that one. Maybe you are imagining it.

The mission I saw had copious exposure errors, aim errors, mis-fires, sun glare, and dust on the lens. I can't think of a single picture from Apollo 11 that is "perfect." (The closest is the signature Aldrin pic -- which was tilted and had his head cut off, but was otherwise dramatically framed.)

All you have to do is to go to any of the comprehensive online image catalogs and look.
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Re: NASA Mars rover image - why am I looking at a road?
Here is a (much) larger version.
[link to mars.jpl.nasa.gov]
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Thanks dude. That image is awesome. Incredible looking at another planet this way.
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Re: NASA Mars rover image - why am I looking at a road?
if mars has an atmosphere then why didnt nasa just send a human/humans there to check the place out ? we sent humans to the moon in a heart beat and the moon is much more hostile environment than mars . to my knowledge rockets on a parachute would not work unless there is oxygen and a paachute would not work fullstop if there was not air for the chute to catch and slow the craft down.
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Hehehe.

Rockets carry their own oxidizer. As do explosives, including lowly gunpowder. (And here I am, explaining GUNPOWDER to a man from the country that invented it!)

In the case of Curiosity, it was a hydrazine monopropellant which decomposes energetically (it is used as an industrial foaming agent) in the presence of an iridium catalyst. See the following reactions:

# 3 N2H4 → 4 NH3 + N2
# N2H4 → N2 + 2 H2
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Re: NASA Mars rover image - why am I looking at a road?
They supposed to look for a water, right?

yet, they didn't land the shit in the area full of ice (and water) but in the desert, again!

[link to www.spacestationinfo.com]

crazyjak
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anyone?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 21792602


They landed in gale grater not in the search of actual water, but because the layers of rock will show the history of the planet. The layers of rock stores the planets history, thus the answer to whether there was once life on Mars. This process will take year, because they don't know how to drive a rover through a camera lens very well.
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Re: NASA Mars rover image - why am I looking at a road?
They supposed to look for a water, right?

yet, they didn't land the shit in the area full of ice (and water) but in the desert, again!

[link to www.spacestationinfo.com]

crazyjak
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 21780518


anyone?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 21792602


They landed in gale grater not in the search of actual water, but because the layers of rock will show the history of the planet. The layers of rock stores the planets history, thus the answer to whether there was once life on Mars. This process will take year, because they don't know how to drive a rover through a camera lens very well.
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good point, but you can also study history by studying ice as we do here on earth. all the climatic changes, atmosphere composition can be find in ice too. besides they already sent two other rovers on mars studying rocks (and also on the moon), it would be interesting to search ice too. but they are in charge.
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08/12/2012 12:34 PM
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Re: NASA Mars rover image - why am I looking at a road?
Looks like they landed on a building site...

[link to i48.tinypic.com]

and some photoshopping here?

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08/12/2012 12:35 PM
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Re: NASA Mars rover image - why am I looking at a road?
red desert wyoming. should know - was stranded somewhere near around there once
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Re: NASA Mars rover image - why am I looking at a road?
They supposed to look for a water, right?

yet, they didn't land the shit in the area full of ice (and water) but in the desert, again!

[link to www.spacestationinfo.com]

crazyjak
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 21780518


anyone?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 21792602


They landed in gale grater not in the search of actual water, but because the layers of rock will show the history of the planet. The layers of rock stores the planets history, thus the answer to whether there was once life on Mars. This process will take year, because they don't know how to drive a rover through a camera lens very well.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 8473155


good point, but you can also study history by studying ice as we do here on earth. all the climatic changes, atmosphere composition can be find in ice too. besides they already sent two other rovers on mars studying rocks (and also on the moon), it would be interesting to search ice too. but they are in charge.
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Have to consider if the equipment could withstand the cold temperatures too. I know mars is colder than earth and mechanical objects have a fairly hard time not breaking on the south and north poles of earth. Not immediately, but over time from the long exposure to cold. I can imagine the north pole on mars that contains ice is much colder than earth's.
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anyone?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 21792602


They landed in gale grater not in the search of actual water, but because the layers of rock will show the history of the planet. The layers of rock stores the planets history, thus the answer to whether there was once life on Mars. This process will take year, because they don't know how to drive a rover through a camera lens very well.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 8473155


good point, but you can also study history by studying ice as we do here on earth. all the climatic changes, atmosphere composition can be find in ice too. besides they already sent two other rovers on mars studying rocks (and also on the moon), it would be interesting to search ice too. but they are in charge.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 21792602


Have to consider if the equipment could withstand the cold temperatures too. I know mars is colder than earth and mechanical objects have a fairly hard time not breaking on the south and north poles of earth. Not immediately, but over time from the long exposure to cold. I can imagine the north pole on mars that contains ice is much colder than earth's.
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i don't know, is it colder on mars than it is in space?
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Re: NASA Mars rover image - why am I looking at a road?
I repeat, its afghanistan.
[link to transworldexpedition.com]
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They supposed to look for a water, right?

yet, they didn't land the shit in the area full of ice (and water) but in the desert, again!

[link to www.spacestationinfo.com]

crazyjak
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 21780518


anyone?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 21792602


They landed in gale grater not in the search of actual water, but because the layers of rock will show the history of the planet. The layers of rock stores the planets history, thus the answer to whether there was once life on Mars. This process will take year, because they don't know how to drive a rover through a camera lens very well.
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shit
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Re: NASA Mars rover image - why am I looking at a road?
This looks nothing like any desert here on Earth
 Quoting: a helpless lamb


Really?

[link to expat.cl]

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Arid northern Chile is home to over 20 astronomical observatories
The Atacama is Mars on Earth: the Atacama desert’s famously dry climate also makes it an ideal spot to study the properties of soil on the moon and Mars.
 Quoting: MartianPrincess


Nice pictures.

While similar, nope, still completely different.
 Quoting: a helpless lamb


:))

A helpless shill.. ahahahah it is funny in a way :))
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I repeat, its afghanistan.
[link to transworldexpedition.com]
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when you see this kind of landscape you start appreciate your home landscape.
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They landed in gale grater not in the search of actual water, but because the layers of rock will show the history of the planet. The layers of rock stores the planets history, thus the answer to whether there was once life on Mars. This process will take year, because they don't know how to drive a rover through a camera lens very well.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 8473155


good point, but you can also study history by studying ice as we do here on earth. all the climatic changes, atmosphere composition can be find in ice too. besides they already sent two other rovers on mars studying rocks (and also on the moon), it would be interesting to search ice too. but they are in charge.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 21792602


Have to consider if the equipment could withstand the cold temperatures too. I know mars is colder than earth and mechanical objects have a fairly hard time not breaking on the south and north poles of earth. Not immediately, but over time from the long exposure to cold. I can imagine the north pole on mars that contains ice is much colder than earth's.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 8473155


i don't know, is it colder on mars than it is in space?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 21792602


There's no ice build up in space I know that. However, on mars in an ice environment... I assume you would get ice build up. Electronics and ice do not work well with each other.
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Psychology makes miracles for you guys.. Nasa people and USA gov people are so used to lying that is becoming quite an phenomen..:)

This ceriosity thing really struck a chord with me.. Difficlut to stop laughing.. and arguments in defence of it.. funny as well in this hell. :))
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Re: NASA Mars rover image - why am I looking at a road?
NASA doesn't exist, it's all a manufactured front, just like the rest of the government. There is only one crazy guy running the whole show, just like in the wizard of OZ.
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Re: NASA Mars rover image - why am I looking at a road?
It is just a fact that 90 percent of people working in Space industry , like in many other examples have no slight idea on what they are really working on.. Compartmentalized systems has turned these normally talking bright people into ultimate imbeciles.. experts in their own field, without having any sense for bigger picture.. but it is also kind of helpless... cinsidering general moranism of this civilization and those pretending they are not primitive predators....
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Re: NASA Mars rover image - why am I looking at a road?
SPEND YEARS CREATING ROVER SPECIFICALLY DESIGNED FOR MARS

SPEND OVER 2 BILLION DOLLARS

TAKE PICTURES OF DESERTS ON EARTH INSTEAD JUST FOR FUN

GLP LOGIC AT ITS FINEST
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no your a dumb shill. stop being ignorant. STEAL 2 BILLION DOLLARS. SHOOT FOOTAGE OF DESERT TO COVER IT UP!
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Martians like thier off-roading actionbike
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This looks nothing like any desert here on Earth
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Really?

[link to expat.cl]

[link to thelongestlistofthelongeststuffatthelongestdomainnameatlongla​st.com]


Arid northern Chile is home to over 20 astronomical observatories
The Atacama is Mars on Earth: the Atacama desert’s famously dry climate also makes it an ideal spot to study the properties of soil on the moon and Mars.
 Quoting: MartianPrincess


Nice pictures.

While similar, nope, still completely different.
 Quoting: a helpless lamb


:))

A helpless shill.. ahahahah it is funny in a way :))
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 15809441


Nice rebuttal there pal. Call me a shill because I am a lone voice of reason in this entire thread.
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Really?

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Arid northern Chile is home to over 20 astronomical observatories
The Atacama is Mars on Earth: the Atacama desert’s famously dry climate also makes it an ideal spot to study the properties of soil on the moon and Mars.
 Quoting: MartianPrincess


Nice pictures.

While similar, nope, still completely different.
 Quoting: a helpless lamb


:))

A helpless shill.. ahahahah it is funny in a way :))
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 15809441


Nice rebuttal there pal. Call me a shill because I am a lone voice of reason in this entire thread.
 Quoting: a helpless lamb



Ahaahh this thread is one of lone voices of reason in these World wide entire media. And yes you are shill. :))
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Nice rebuttal there pal. Call me a shill because I am a lone voice of reason in this entire thread.
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Lone voice... yes. Because most of us learnt to just ignore the overwhelming idiocy that goes by in some topics.
No matter how correct one can be, it's impossible to point out logic to some people.
Most are not different than the ones that believe everything's fine. It's just the reversal of a coin, but still the same coin.
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I just have to laugh on logic being used by you guys... No intent to attack you as persons , but as an idea. :)))
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Nice rebuttal there pal. Call me a shill because I am a lone voice of reason in this entire thread.
 Quoting: a helpless lamb


Lone voice... yes. Because most of us learnt to just ignore the overwhelming idiocy that goes by in some topics.
No matter how correct one can be, it's impossible to point out logic to some people.
Most are not different than the ones that believe everything's fine. It's just the reversal of a coin, but still the same coin.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 21789839


This is just reversed logic my friend. Weapons used for long time by various shills and powers.

If the whole world was writing like this thread then it would make sense what he is trying to sell. Like this..

McDonalds? No thanx..
:)
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Nice rebuttal there pal. Call me a shill because I am a lone voice of reason in this entire thread.
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Lone voice... yes. Because most of us learnt to just ignore the overwhelming idiocy that goes by in some topics.
No matter how correct one can be, it's impossible to point out logic to some people.
Most are not different than the ones that believe everything's fine. It's just the reversal of a coin, but still the same coin.
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Thanks for the reasonable response.

I am a conspiracy theorist. I love to think outside the box. But when you are surrounded by idiots (such as in this thread), it just gets to me. We have a bad enough reputation as it is. We need to focus on stories that actually matter, not staring at pictures of Mars hoping to see a road that isn't there.
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Nice rebuttal there pal. Call me a shill because I am a lone voice of reason in this entire thread.
 Quoting: a helpless lamb


Lone voice... yes. Because most of us learnt to just ignore the overwhelming idiocy that goes by in some topics.
No matter how correct one can be, it's impossible to point out logic to some people.
Most are not different than the ones that believe everything's fine. It's just the reversal of a coin, but still the same coin.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 21789839


Thanks for the reasonable response.

I am a conspiracy theorist. I love to think outside the box. But when you are surrounded by idiots (such as in this thread), it just gets to me. We have a bad enough reputation as it is. We need to focus on stories that actually matter, not staring at pictures of Mars hoping to see a road that isn't there.
 Quoting: a helpless lamb



BS.
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You are a shill.. but considering this subject.. In some other subjects you might not be so shilly.. who knowz?
:)

No offense , but stand your ground of you have one below.

:)
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No offense , but stand your ground if you have one below.
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Really?

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Arid northern Chile is home to over 20 astronomical observatories
The Atacama is Mars on Earth: the Atacama desert’s famously dry climate also makes it an ideal spot to study the properties of soil on the moon and Mars.
 Quoting: MartianPrincess


Nice pictures.

While similar, nope, still completely different.
 Quoting: a helpless lamb


:))

A helpless shill.. ahahahah it is funny in a way :))
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 15809441


Nice rebuttal there pal. Call me a shill because I am a lone voice of reason in this entire thread.
 Quoting: a helpless lamb

You're not alone, but it gets old arguing with the tards.
Nice rebuttal there pal. Call me a shill because I am a lone voice of reason in this entire thread.
 Quoting: a helpless lamb


Lone voice... yes. Because most of us learnt to just ignore the overwhelming idiocy that goes by in some topics.
No matter how correct one can be, it's impossible to point out logic to some people.
Most are not different than the ones that believe everything's fine. It's just the reversal of a coin, but still the same coin.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 21789839


+1
Exactly
The truth is the truth even if no one believes it and a lie is a lie even if everyone believes it!
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