Rocks Moving On Mars!
Taken by apollo lasky on November 1, 2018 @ naperville, il
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Nasa made an anouncement and released two photos of the mars rover site. The two photos were taken on Mars on Sept. 14 and the second image shows the same spot on Oct. 25. I aligned the two images together, and animated them. You can clearly see rocks have moved by some mysterious force. Is the wind really that fast on mars? Was it mars-quakes? Pretty impressive to notice things moving on the surface of another planet!
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this is an animated image and for some reason the gallery did not update the image properly. So you have to click it to see the movement!
Posted by amplelight 2018-11-01 20:37:18
Ferrets!
Posted by kb9uwu 2018-11-02 05:29:40
I regret that Tony has not commented on this
Posted by iovane 2018-11-03 17:49:42
19 thumbs up
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