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Edited by Joe White ArtAlienTV
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Before you say anything - some of these images may just be unusual rocks, but most of them certainly are not.
These images below are taken from the Gale Crater photo at this NASA webpage >
The only photo processing is +15% contrast & brightness on these images and
sharpened a little on some unless stated otherwise.
(Left image) This large Mars artefact looks manufacured with cables and machine parts hanging out of it.
(Above image) This image looks very much like a crash site with the nose section at the right of the picture.
(Above image) This image looks very much like the nose of a missile or some kind of aircraft perhaps.
There is crash debris throughout the Gale Crater images with high concentrations in certain areas like this one. Metal parts would be preserved almost indefinately due to the less than 1% oxygen in the atmosphere and the lack of water.
The perfect conditions to preserve what looks like a massive disaster area like you would expect to see after a tsunami or other event.
(Left image) This downed missile from Iraq has some of its guts hanging out and looks similar to the Mars image on the far left.
(Left image) This new Mars image clip looks like some more crash debris with squashed metal fusalage and a square object to the right of the image.
(Right image) This has some interesting machined parts in it.
This looks like animal fossills mixed in with the crash debris. Typical of this area.
(Left image) This is my favourite clip.
It shows what looks like a gun camera or some sort of imaging equiptment like you might find on a guided missile or military jet fighter.
The shoe of it on the lower left looks like it should slot into something.
Certainly not just a rock.
(Below image) A typical gun camera of the sort used from the 1940's to the 1960's.
(Above image) Gun camera being fitted to a BF-109 back in World War 2