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My gigapan portfolio
oh, and BTW, I've been throwing one huge blockbuster moon image after another onto my gigapan portfolio.
Many are LROC obliques...
We have NEVER see the moon like this..

My Moon gallery
http://www.gigapan.com/galleries/13461/gigapans
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The gigapan site ... it does not have an automatic -- sign in memory -- of your password.
I always forget my password and have to slog through the process.
So I kind of got lazy and don't bother to offer snapshots anymore.

but I can always post a copied image.
Not that this is a great snapshot of potential,
but it is quite unusual form in the two odd blocks or fragmental formations,
front and center with the curling overhangs.
Especially the one at the bottom of the image,
with the side wall extending off the right hand side of the large formation fragment.
Keith's gigapan address for this site is supplied in the image.

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IS this the same rock with note on it, only they drove a bit past it, almost missing the note? Hmm2   I DID do a snap shot of it.

http://www.gigapan.com/gigapans/206968#detail-share


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Sol 1669 data MUST be downloaded with color  Hmm2

https://mars.nasa.gov/msl/multimedia/raw...2M_&s=1669





Bob... Ninja Assimilated
"The Morning Light, No sensation to compare to this, suspended animation, state of bliss, I keep my eyes on the circling sky, tongue tied and twisted just and Earth Bound Martian I" Learning to Fly Pink Floyd [Video: https://vimeo.com/144891474]
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Bob, observing posts more closely might be prudent.
My picture was from gigapan 206944, 
not 206968,
see image.


I liked this at 206944 as well, bottom left 
How the rock on top of the central platformed object, got there like that, is bizarre.
Or is it still attached to rest of what is below it? 
You can see the shadow of the rock coming down in front. 

http://www.gigapan.com/gigapans/206944#detail-share

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(03-23-2018, 01:16 AM)Vianova Wrote: ...
Bob, observing posts more closely might be prudent.
My picture was from gigapan 206944, 
not 206968,
see image.


I liked this at 206944 as well, bottom left 
How the rock on top of the central platformed object, got there like that, is bizarre.
Or is it still attached to rest of what is below it? 
You can see the shadow of the rock coming down in front. 

http://www.gigapan.com/gigapans/206944#detail-share

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You can about always find something crazy in most every damn one of them... it's almost macabre
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Vianova and Keith I KNOW it wasn't the same gigapan.

I went searching for a gigapan near sol 1669...it is THAT Sol that has the rock with a sticky-note nailed to a bigger rock than the one I pointed out.

I placed a snapshot WITH info thinking it might have 'just past' that rock with the sticky note.

Thank you again Keith for doing these Gigapans.

I also see many interesting things in every image, but I'm still stuck on sol 1669.  Maybe a game-changer I dunno until I see it with color and closer with higher resolution.

Bob... Ninja Angel   off to bed sweet dreams everyone
"The Morning Light, No sensation to compare to this, suspended animation, state of bliss, I keep my eyes on the circling sky, tongue tied and twisted just and Earth Bound Martian I" Learning to Fly Pink Floyd [Video: https://vimeo.com/144891474]
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one super -psycho mindfuck of an image- you want to know about martian culture? study these 'rocks'

http://www.gigapan.com/gigapans/207606

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my favorite in the last gigapan

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Its weird all over the place Holycowsmile 


Thanx again for doing these Worship


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(05-15-2018, 02:46 AM)Vianova Wrote: ... 
my favorite in the last gigapan

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that is a jaguar paw... just like the one in Sacsayhuaman- well besides being torn out the frame..
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An UPDATE New Giga Pan from uncurious-Curiosity, did you do it Keith ?

https://www.jpl.nasa.gov/spaceimages/det...d=PIA23623

Bob... Ninja Assimilated
"The Morning Light, No sensation to compare to this, suspended animation, state of bliss, I keep my eyes on the circling sky, tongue tied and twisted just and Earth Bound Martian I" Learning to Fly Pink Floyd [Video: https://vimeo.com/144891474]
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couple of good ones from recent work by Keith

Apollo 16 -- Sharonov crater -- 8.94 billion pixels

http://www.gigapan.com/gigapans/220623?f...-HztyPWkTY


and or if that link does not work

http://www.gigapan.com/gigapans/220623



and 
spirit rover --- cool stuff !
Home Plate 2

http://www.gigapan.com/gigapans/220621

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(05-15-2018, 01:37 AM)Keith Wrote: one super -psycho mindfuck of an image- you want to know about martian culture? study these 'rocks'

http://www.gigapan.com/gigapans/207606

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In the middle of the picture there is a boomerang and there is another thing in there that look like rusted metal.
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This  gigapan is just crazy!
Unbelievable detail with high resolution at high magnifications.
Foundation at Monument Crater
the huge foundation should be in upper left section

http://www.gigapan.com/gigapans/220836?f...Zk-MOZsanE



I found this in there to be of notable review

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and
looks like evidence of water moisture stain?  a slide? on the landscape ... I don't think that is a slide mark.

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It's different than the obvious slides on the sides of the walls...
...hard to imagine what sort of fluid was stored in a structure like that......
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(05-15-2018, 01:37 AM)Keith Wrote: one super -psycho mindfuck of an image- you want to know about martian culture? study these 'rocks'

http://www.gigapan.com/gigapans/207606

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There is so much going on in this image, even to my (very) untrained eye. I have taken some snapshots of this, and here they are

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Number 3, is that an image artefact, or something in the sky? Number 2,4 and 5 look to me to be something artificial that is corroding.
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There are very unusual things to see out there in Keith's gigapan.
The frame below the top one is better.
A couple of those huge rocks in the landscape are radically intense.
You know me,
I look at the little stuff more so here are selections of smaller rocks.


http://gigapan.com/gigapans/221311


Unusual material, and that is not a 2 inch pebble,
it is 6-9 inch rock minimum, maybe more. Looks like a shiny dark skin on it.
that one would go in the pack here on Earth

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This thing ... could maybe be a fossil.
Or a really nice suiseki collector rock, and I will bet it has good size,
12-14 inches long? more? that one would go in the pack here on Earth as well.

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This one is somewhat too far magnified with pixelation,
it was blurry in the gigapan to start with.
What I found odd about this,
was that it looked like somebody came up and brushed it off.
That one would likely go in the pack as well here on Earth.

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Outrageous water, mud, and ice flow geology, peppered with sublimated ice sculpted pits and such.
Keith's wish list from Hirise

Ruell Valles

http://www.gigapan.com/gigapans/221602?f...oVXSPsdQSs

the link has been ... iffy ... I will check it tomorrow

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Simply outrageous!
Keith's recent gigapan -- 7 billion pixels.

two links, whichever works

http://www.gigapan.com/gigapans/221771

http://www.gigapan.com/gigapans/221771?f...O56PeJcZl4



if they stall, try again, it comes in


this set of three images ... you tell me ... 
looks like a plausible recent excavation to me ... and I never say that Whip
Go to the big sand filled crater just above dead center.
Just directly south of that not very far at all,
is a large white mesa with a flat top.
On the left hand side ... the rectangular dark hole.

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Possible artificial remnants

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amazing stuff in those images, of Mars...
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(07-06-2020, 01:36 AM)Vianova Wrote: ...
Simply outrageous!
Keith's recent gigapan -- 7 billion pixels.

two links, whichever works

http://www.gigapan.com/gigapans/221771

http://www.gigapan.com/gigapans/221771?f...O56PeJcZl4



if they stall, try again, it comes in


this set of three images ... you tell me ... 
looks like a plausible recent excavation to me ... and I never say that Whip
Go to the big sand filled crater just above dead center.
Just directly south of that not very far at all,
is a large white mesa with a flat top.
On the left hand side ... the rectangular dark hole.

[Image: sSHCLJA.jpg]




[Image: VkhpZNI.jpg]





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Possible artificial remnants

[Image: DmEoSTA.jpg]





[Image: T6BLvBE.jpg]



[Image: cS5XE85.jpg]


...pan's  NUTSO isn't it?
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I was in that gigapan for a long time.
Like I said earlier,
that hole in the side of the huge butte there looks very artificial.
Mining?
maybe ...
I think it is a possible entrance to the interior.
Hard to say the size of the entrance, but it is large enough to accommodate spacecraft entry.
Also there is a black line leading out of it like a channel. ... or road to a lower spot, maybe a landing pad area?

The other option would be a sudden outflow of liquid water,
that carved the little black line as a small channel.
Or it is a very odd collapse feature, as you can clearly see lots of loose debris below the hole,
that obviously came from the dark hole itself.
If that is a collapse feature, it happened very recently, and those hills would be piles of loose dirt.
Collapse features can also be stimulated by melting water in the sediments, 
or an upsurge of water from deep below, or a simple earthquake..

But,
the hole itself is way too squared off in shape IMO.
Most water seepage outlets on Mars are narrow slits in the sides of hills.
I think that this has a good statistical chance that something else happened there,
aside from clathrate or water out flow or just a collapse feature.

On the other images of artificial like formations, it is clear that the artificial possibility exists.
That gigapan is f-ing amazing to travel through.

We are lucky to have Keith's amazing gigapan work to view!
Thanks man!

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http://gigapan.com/gigapans/223338
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I am along the bottom edge of the image.
All the 3 choices are close to each other.
This big rock {first image] is easy to find a little past half way along the bottom edge of the image.
How large is the rock?
Do you see the linear detail extending at an angle from the rock corner edge down to the ground?
It is not a stitch mark,
is it an image artifact or is it there?  


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very oddball but I do not understand the actual size

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somewhat of a squared off depression in the rock

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the stuff along the bottom edge of the photo is pretty close to the rover, I'd say about 15-20 ft. the line is a digital camera artifact.
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I've been a member of Gigamacro for some time now, never really got around to uploading any images.. but it seems to be an excellent viewer that doesn't compress the images as much as gigapan has started doing.. and seems to be a bit more reliable..

so here's my tryout image...
A fresh HUGE redo of the infamous Sol 45 Panorama

https://viewer.gigamacro.com/view/SDZoH4JvzhgMoIC1
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I've been a member of Gigamacro for some time now, never really got around to uploading any images.. but it seems to be an excellent viewer that doesn't compress the images as much as gigapan has started doing.. and seems to be a bit more reliable..

so here's my tryout image...
A fresh HUGE redo of the infamous Sol 45 Panorama

https://viewer.gigamacro.com/view/SDZoH4JvzhgMoIC1
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"...so here's my tryout image...

A fresh HUGE redo of the infamous Sol 45 Panorama..."

Interesting around the outcrops.
A flaw at high mag appears as a very widely spaced array of black pixel clusters in the land and sky.
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(11-25-2020, 07:19 PM)Keith Wrote: I've been a member of Gigamacro for some time now, never really got around to uploading any images.. but it seems to be an excellent viewer that doesn't compress the images as much as gigapan has started doing.. and seems to be a bit more reliable..

so here's my tryout image...
A fresh HUGE redo of the infamous Sol 45 Panorama

https://viewer.gigamacro.com/view/SDZoH4JvzhgMoIC1

To my browser on an elderly system this redo appears less crisp and detailed than your earlier gigapan work, for what it's worth.
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I thought the same thing as well.
Definitely not as crisp as the earlier gigapans, but still fun to see.
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tht's strange, because gigapan compresses the images, gigamacro does not
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one thing it does have is a scale bar that works really well on the orbital images.. all I have to do is plug in the meters per pixel and it is fairly accurate.. as well you can rotate the gigamacro images. if you want to do a side by side you'll see the gigamacro image of 45 is indeed much clearer, I redid it using raw edr data which i did not know how to decode it at the time i did the original...
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better look through this Keith Laney gigamacro!
Sure does appear to be some structural components out there as ruins.

https://viewer.gigamacro.com/view/uqczGU...&rot1=0.00


This odd V shaped object sitting sideways ... pretty odd geology, or whatever it is.

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