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#67
yeah, too bad dude never says what images he's finding stuff on, what's his name, scott waring?
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#68
Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter Data Release 38

Maybe not correct thread but Sept Images and other data is out:

http://www.uahirise.org/releases/sept201...php?page=1

This Link above is only for HiRise images

The Planetary Data System (PDS) is pleased to announce a new delivery of
Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter (MRO) data for the following instruments:

 CRISM
 CTX
 HiRISE
 MARCI
 MCS
 RSS
 SHARAD*
 SPICE

*SHARAD data in this release includes only derived data.

In general, MRO Release 38 includes data collected from
November 9, 2015, through February 8, 2016, though in this
release, HiRISE data covers January 25, 2016, to May 4, 2016,
and CRISM data covers February 9, 2016, to May 8, 2016.

To access the above data:
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To access the latest PDS Data Releases:
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#69
HiRise has a new "Special Release" for Jan 2018:

https://www.uahirise.org/releases/2018/j...php?page=1


There 5 NEW Elon Musk landing Zones for His RED DRAGON [Image: 82-06_1.gif]


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#70
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this thread is a much better venue than barnsytown on Mars


Near Juvantae chasma -- inverted stream channels -- 

https://hirise.lpl.arizona.edu/PSP_003724_1755

Inverted-Relief Channels Near Juventae Chasma
[Image: PSP_003724_1755.jpg]


juventae area

upper left:
https://hirise-pds.lpl.arizona.edu/PDS/E...browse.jpg
[Image: PSP_003724_1755_RED.abrowse.jpg]


upper left magnification
pyramid form has about a 75 meter base length
[Image: uP9fWMY.jpg]



recent chance of astrobiology on Mars
Coprates Chasma -- Valles marineris -- volcanos

https://theconversation.com/scientists-f...life-81345
Scientists find some of Mars’ youngest volcanoes – and discover they could have supported life

http://www.dlr.de/dlr/en/desktopdefault....lery/27504
Recent volcanic activity and hydrothermal minerals on Mars

Along with the existence of volcanoes on the floor of the eastern  Valles Marineris, 
their young ages is the second surprise of this study. 
"In geological terms, the volcanic cones are very young,
just 200 to 400 million years in age," 

http://www.dlr.de/dlr/en/Portaldata/1/Re...SE__xl.tif


[Image: file-20170720-8687-15ugo2k.jpg?ixlib=rb-...4&fit=clip]



hi mag browse image
https://hirise-pds.lpl.arizona.edu/PDS/E...browse.jpg


from the same area -- easily could be side wall collapse ... or could be a possible artificial construct,
-- hard to keep the topography perception clear -- 
the shadow from the central higher light colored mount throws off perspective sometimes,
but the suspect angular forms in high mag focus ... they stick above the shadow ...

[Image: RihVgmg.jpg]

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#71
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So I critique reviewed Whip my own selections in the last post. Nonono

My "pyramid form" selection is bullshit Doh
construed from wanting it to look like a pyramid form.
Also from wanting too much to find something smaller in scale, with artificial attributes.

The two forms side by side -- 
the pyramid form -- and structural form -- labeled as such in the image,
are sure oddly fresh in angular form,
compared to this similar geologic example,
a few kilometers away.

[Image: c3N6KAY.jpg]


and even though the "pyramid form" and the "structural form" next to it, {last post}
do not have distinct debris aprons and some stream channeling connected,
as in the above image,
the "pyramid form" probably is a fractured and tilted harder pan of landform like the two forms above.
The surrounding area is fascinating,
but the pyramid is basically a lost cause.

The other selection,
in the last image -- is more of what I want to find,
that escapes the genre of enormous pyramid forms and grandiose monumental faces.

The line points to the little pocket of ruins that has the hints of structural angularity,
and looks more like a remnant relic space colony on Mars.
I didn't have to torture the image with saturated contrast and excess bullshit,
it was merely magnified.
So, both images are bullshit Hi  basically, and do little to prove artificial constructs.
The first pyramid failed,
and the NASA colony style ruins are likely to be collapse features from the shallow side wall.

But that is what I look for, evidence of smaller constructs,'
and no matter how hard I try,
there is a consistent failure rate upon long scrutinous review.


there are percentages of possibility Reefer in the selections,
and at best,
at least the images were not monkeyed with in excess alterations.

No matter what is suggested as artificial on Mars, 
it can be reduced to an explainable or random planetary geologic phenomena.
Most of what is presented as artificial, 
is worse bullshit than what I just presented.
But it helps to look, and say no 95 % of the time.

Finding evidence of life on Mars is a piece of cake.
NASA knows this, but they just don't really want to find it.

When it comes to artificial evidence, 
it is going to have to be something that even the NASA boys cannot deny.

Or ...
A humanoid fossil would be dandy.
A humanoid tooth.

On Mars,
everything can be disproven by planetary geology and space science,
including,
all the Mars planetary geology and space science <---

With artificial possibilities,
sensationalism and internet media presence motivates most selections for presentation.
Books are written by planetary space anomaly personalities.
It's fun.
It's a life style in many cases,
and an obsession in others.
Some of it even makes a little money.
Almost all of it is bullshit.
A handful of it is presently tangible and viable.
Neither of my last two selections presented were:

presently tangible and viable.
And,
that's
OK,

Guitar

there's more to be found !

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#72
We've waited a looong time to have cameras like we have now to look at the places we like to see...
 
no better time than now- for this reason came I here.

[Image: 3_KL_LROCanomalies.jpg]
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#73
When you have god-like technology you can do godlike things...

like carving a giant phoenix amid giant pyramids at the foot of Aeolis Mons..

[Image: 30124305_1601531166563357_15077089769031...e=5B29CDE5]
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#74
WOW Worship

The LROC images are amazing.

Are the original LROC images available on line?

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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#75
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your phoenix looks extraodinarily large  -- how large?
25-30 km from top to bottom?
If that is the case,
then my 53 km ziggurat is a relic Annunaki space port with a giant and tall crumbled gate entrance.

Please supply the overhead image links of that phoenix site,
and you have a link that does not open as well.   

I saw this on the net ... 

Kevin M. Gill is a software engineer, 
planetary and climate data wrangler at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory. 
He’s been working with digital terrain models and ortho images Whip
from the HiRISE imaging system aboard NASA’s Mars  Reconnaissance Orbiter (MRO) 
to create 
some stunning computer models 
and images of Endeavour and Gale craters

[Image: gill-3.jpg]
“Mount Sharp” (Aeolis Mons), 
the mound of material deposited against the central impact peak of Gale Crater. 
Render by Kevin M Gill.


has he ... enhanced the image with ... vertical strecthing?
or what did he do to it? ... if anything?
"digital terrain models and ortho images -- computer models" 


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#76
in that image above you are looking right over the top of it.. most of it's on the plain in front of you..
it's only a couple km wide by long

and yes, he overexaggerated the hell out of the elevations on that one. maybe he was trying to show us all those pyramids better..
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#77
Bob, check my gigapn Moon gallery... I've got a shitload of LROC images.
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#78
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City grids and structural ruins in former glacial landscapes,
are some of the favorites in image alterations,
of people wanting to prove ancient civilizations on Mars.
If these are city grids, then the planet is covered with them.
I would like to see if the phenomena is widespread in the Northern Plains.

In the other thread with Mad Max in Barnsytown,
I posted his material,
and
I posted this link on page 3-- directing the viewer to the bottom right corner crater.
Notably the darker patch in the large crater,
displayed over magnified potential for -- city grids in ruins in that thread.
that is East Barnsytown.
http://thehiddenmission.com/forum/showth...294&page=3

I have now chosen a section in the same crater very close by.
Note that the whole area has somewhat of vertical lineation to the overall surrface,
at about a 10 degree angle to the right of north {up}.
Go to the lower right large crater.

https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/c...mosaic.jpg

[Image: Juventae_Chasma_THEMIS_mosaic.jpg]



the crater ... with white section to be scrutinized

[Image: TNJPJYD.jpg]



West Barnsytown begins to emerge from the white rectangle above image,
especially along the left side of the whiter thin snake like ridge

[Image: FRgUx76.jpg]



closing in on Mad Max in West Barnsytown

[Image: 9FSfZ5Z.jpg]



RCH 2007 Cydonia -- look at it  -- then back above to last image  --- 
the Cydonia grid is just higher magnification
[Image: CYDONIA-CAIRO-COMPARISON.jpg]



Barnsytown image overprocessing in Cydonia
[Image: xMbT4zO.jpg]



 Mad Max lost in Cydonia on LSD sees a tortured D & M in Barnsyvision

[Image: flzgi6J.jpg]



Keith Laney updated images of D&M,
nothing like the above D&M  Nonono

http://thehiddenmission.com/D&M/D&M.htm

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#79
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Mad Max is elusive on the run in the ruins of Mars.
The NASA surveillance drone must have had an imaging glitch.

An image stitch line problem in the NASA image?
I assume that is a stitch line stretching horizontally across the image.
It cuts a hair off of the bottom of the central crater,
but you don't see the line go through the crater just to the left of it.
Note the land texture difference above and below the line.

[Image: zFjzrlG.jpg]


Metropolitan Mars ...buried in the dirty ice ... 
emerges on one side the image stitch line,
and much less mondo metro is seen,
in the icy sediments on the other side of the stitch line.

Close up from the same image, 
I flipped the image for another perspective. 
Closing in on Mad Max Whip

[Image: rWEvgFH.jpg]


You can magnify up a planet full of city grids with overhead space images of Mars,
especially in flat glacial landscapes, or where a lot of water ice is in the sediments.
As far as I am concerned almost all of this is over pixelation,
and excessive image alterations by people,
with much better image programs than the antiquated ones that I have.

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#80
only so much you can do with images.
if they don't have the res you can't put it there.
i see jpeg artifacts interpreted as actual surface items.

Don't even get me started with what those clowns did with my IR images...
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#81
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Keith says

Quote:only so much you can do with images.
if they don't have the resolution <--- 
you can't put it there.
i see jpeg artifacts interpreted as actual surface items.


Bingo, and as I suspected, resolution is the key.
I went around to various Mars glacial sites last night,
to images that had better resolution,
all cock sure that I would find a plethora of "city grid ruins" deep down in too much magnification,
and very little showed up.
Neiridum Montes produced very little in similar "grids" for example.

I suspect that the image in Juventae I just used,
that produced city grid like apparitions ...with depth and angular 3D forms,
was just an image of too questionably low resolution,
to competently perform such image alterations,
and present anything of solid substantial evidence.

Either that or something is really there, but my flimsy examples presented are simply not worthy.
Barny's representations in Cydonia are a tortured abomination IMO.
I don't trust my own recent image manipulations for any form of verification,
other than the most likely scenario is that I am simply generating image artifacts,
from a low res image.
In the same area of the image in Juventae that I just posted there is another huge crater,
absolutely full of "city grid" apparitions without much magnification.

If BETTER resoltion imaging exists of the Juventae chasma,
I cannot find them, and if they do,
then the low res ... and the high res ... imaging can be compared Whip



Quote:Don't even get me started with what those clowns did with my IR images...


Barnsyvision is epic fail due to massive image alteration processing.
RCH's old bluevision Cydonia city grid needs a serious updating.
Barnsytown in Mad Max's Juventae Chasma,
or Barnsy's metropolis imaging in Cydonia is pretty and cute,
like a photo shopped image of a robot cartoon puppy circuit board in it's brain.
It reminds me of Alemos and his endless slop.
If there is a city under the sands in Cydonia,
somebody other than Barnsy
or me,
had better produce  a new series of in depth imaging Whip

If the ancient Martians could build giant pyramids and carve out and shape giant geoglyphs,
then they damn well could have leveled crater walls to a nice flat surface to build on.
Seeing "city grid ruins" 
climb up and over crater walls and fill the craters,
and inundate the D & M and other localized large landforms,
with grid patterns and rectangular structural forms is bullshit. 

There are definitely some evidences of small remnant structural forms in the flats,
around the D&M, and nearby.
I posted a couple of them myself, with reasonable magnifications from a -- high res image.
To generate a massive city grid like Barnsy did however,
only offers evidence that nothing is there other than altered image artifacts.

The burden of proof of ancient Mars civilizations is on us.
NASA will never release anything that will outright prove artificial evidence.
Prudent step by step careful selection of evidence is a slow but better venue.
Over sensationalism in Mars imaging needs to be tempered to a fine scrutiny.

Keith's recent D&M images are as clean and straight forward as Mars imaging gets. 
I still believe that there is some form ancient civilization there on Mars.
Suddenly some day something will be revealed,
when NASA slips,
and misses the evidence that they would never release,
that they want so much to never let anyone see.

If you think that NASA Sheep  ESA would never hold back such evidences,
look how long it took them to even admit that liquid water still plays a role on the Martian surface.
Look how long it has taken them,
to evade finding life on Mars.
NASA went as far as putting huge swaths of the planet off limits to exploration for life evidence,
with their favorite horseshit:
planetary protection guidelines.  Horsepoop

NASA cannot keep the cat in the bag too much longer, and they know it.

That is also why,
you see all those air force videos of UFOs suddenly emerging on the news,
via --> DeLonge's TTSA --> a CIA and DoD corporate venue to make money -- on alien presence.

They {DoD - CIA etc} -- decided that the cat you see coming out of the bag,
had better be the cat,
that they want you to see.
NASA is, and will be no different,
on Mars.

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#82
I got a nice little gridded area in hi res you can check out here...

just above the serpent mound... just north of image center-
see the diamond shaped gridded area?
Really good image.
clear as a bell, sub meter res. some color.
http://gigapan.com/gigapans/190912
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#83
I just took a snapshot of it.  I think this is the area you were talking about.

Also...ANY news on when you might get the data for sol 1669 for a gigapan?

Its where they stopped after long trek right next to rock with note attached:

[Image: NRB_545660377EDR_F0621080NCAM00252M_.JPG]
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#84
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North and west of the D&M a bit.
A heading or location that is very close is shown in the image.

Top of the image ---  is a fresher or newer crater for perspective.
Bottom right in the image, is a bit of an older impact.
In the center,
are three sets of much older impact craters.
There is no way that those three impact zones in the center of the image,
are a random accumulation of impacts over time,
that happened to coincide together into position like that.

Whatever happened there, happened all at the same time, 
from the same source.
You could almost see yourself in a spacecraft overhead,
blasting a pattern into the surface with a weapon.
We assume that something broke apart entering the thin atmosphere,
and strafed the surface in a series of simultaneous impacts.

Aside from that, what I found curious,
is that all the older craters across the center of the image {if you look real close},
have a central impact mound,
but the newer craters and others all around ... do not.

The grouping zone of the three impacts across the center of the image,
almost has an artistic or caligraphic look.
Odd for a large set of group impacts.

[Image: mTdgFKX.jpg]
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#85
Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter Data Release 38


The NASA Planetary Data System is pleased to announce a new delivery of
Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter (LRO) data for the following instruments:

   CRaTER
   DLRE
   LAMP
   LEND
   LOLA
   LROC
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In general, LRO Release 38 includes data collected between December 15,
2018 and March 14, 2019.

Please note that LOLA delivery for this release has been delayed and will be
released in a few days.

To access the above data, please visit the following link:
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PDS offers two services for searching the LRO archives:

The Planetary Image Atlas at the Imaging Node allows selection of LRO data
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The Lunar Orbital Data Explorer at the Geosciences Node allows searching and
downloading of LRO data and other lunar orbital data sets (Clementine and
Lunar Prospector). http://ode.rsl.wustl.edu/moon/

LRO SPICE ancillary data may be obtained here:
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