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One of my all times favorite picture
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http://www.msss.com/moc_gallery/s05_s10/...700608.jpg

http://www.msss.com/moc_gallery/r10_r15/...002850.jpg

In Oxia Palus

http://www.msss.com/moc_gallery/r10_r15/...02850.html

To me these images show clearly the action/erosion caused by water on these mountains/hills?
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Notice the concentric rings starting from the Top of each landform to the base floor of the dunes that they number Nine.

These nine rings may represent 9 ages of Liquid Cycles.

That means the largest landforms represent the areas true age and the smaller subforms are simply lower elevation and therefore do not contain these 9 stratum.

[Image: S0700608.jpg]

Ignore the upside down Dark Duck Dune above and pay attention to the image @ hand below 

[Image: Stromatolite.jpg]

Stromatalite fits the stata write?
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One thing that caught my eye is in the bottom right corner there is an object shaped like a boomerang, I assume is some type of rock, but when you look at it, seems to be floating on the ground just above the ground level. Can you all see it?

Here is the image

http://www.msss.com/moc_gallery/s05_s10/...700608.jpg

Here is my little enhancement

[Image: R1002850a%20enhan_zpsnz62smch.jpg]
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So no takers? Hmmm I thought I found something interesting. Maybe I am not anomalist like I thought.
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#5
that's entirely interesting, and a lovely location.
I'll bet there are HiRise images all over it.
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What really drives me nuts is that the image is from inside a crater, so at sometime in the past the crater had water or some sort of liquid inside.

Image of crater

[Image: R1002851.gif]

This is another area where the water erosion is very clear

[Image: S0902384.jpg]

A BIG HUMP IN THE RUMP!!!

http://www.msss.com/moc_gallery/r22_s04/...200155.gif

http://www.msss.com/moc_gallery/r22_s04/...00155.html
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#7
the mounds on that last image have always looked pretty artificial to me.
Thanks for reminding about this area Mayito, we need to explore them further
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Now that you pointed it out that boomerang shaped form is probably layer-1 of the material that makes up the nine-layer stromata-like formations.
[Image: R1002850a%20enhan_zpsnz62smch.jpg]
If you look to itz Left there is a similarly sized narrow landform that has a tiny bit of so-called layer-2 on top.

The other stuff looks like a mix between Pingoes and Bug Alien2 mounds...    Arrow  half alive. Cry
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Yep indeed, to me the boomerang seems like is bent upwards, still having these formations inside a crater speaks volume of some water past on Mars that was a whole a lot active, these layers were not caused by wind erosion but by water erosion. INSIDE a crater, it blows my mind away, did the impact cause water to gush from under the ground and with time slowly retrieve back inside the ground? It is the only way to explain the 9 layers of terraces on those mounds.

On the other pic this mound seems odd, with a hole or crater right on top of it and seems like liquid or sand pouring out of it.

[Image: Mound_zpsrnfrt46c.jpg]
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(02-24-2016, 05:27 PM)Mayito7777 Wrote: Yep indeed, to me the boomerang seems like is bent upwards, still having these formations inside a crater speaks volume of some water past on Mars that was a whole a lot active, these layers were not caused by wind erosion but by water erosion. INSIDE a crater, it blows my mind away, did the impact cause water to gush from under the ground and with time slowly retrieve back inside the ground? It is the only way to explain the 9 layers of terraces on those mounds.

On the other pic this mound seems odd, with a hole or crater right on top of it and seems like liquid or sand pouring out of it.

[Image: Mound_zpsrnfrt46c.jpg]

The other stuff looks like a mix between Pingoes and Bug [Image: alien2.gif] mounds...    [Image: arrow.png]  half alive. [Image: cry.png]

This statement was mainly referencing that formation as itz gist.
It is very prominent and odd to the extreme.
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