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Re: Large Black Holes On Mars

From: Robert Williams <rhw007.nul>
Date: Sun, 16 Sep 2007 20:17:26 -0400
Archived: Mon, 17 Sep 2007 10:10:42 -0400
Subject: Re: Large Black Holes On Mars


>From: Joachim Koch <koch.nul>
>To: UFO UpDates - Toronto <ufoupdates.nul>
>Date: Sun, 16 Sep 2007 14:10:15 +0200
>Subject: Large Black Holes On Mars

>Have you noticed that there is another picture of one of
>the enigmatic black holes found on Mars's surface? It was
>taken from a different angle of view and reveals further
>details:

>http://hirise.lpl.arizona.edu/PSP_004847_1745

>You clearly can see that the wall is vertical while the hole is
>round. Furthermore, the hole is smaller than the shaft. Is this
>all a grand camouflage?

>Scientists at JPL and the Planetary Society explain (away?)these
>holes as "vulcanic pit craters".

<snip>

>Well... up to you.


This second image I have studied as well as the first. The hole
is called Jeanne.

For argument's sake we'll stick with the order the images were
talen.

Jeanne 2 shows that there are internal shades of grey within the
hole. This is only _partly_ due to the sun shining on the
crater sides. It is also due to the fact that the HiRise
camera was _not_ in the nadi-position it was when it took
Jeanne 1.

If one loads Jeanne 1 into any photographics program and
'fiddles' with the image contrast and also zooms into the crater
rim of Jeanne 1 you will notice 2 very important things that
Jeanne 2 does not address or explain.

1. Jeanne 1's black interior is _all_black_... i.e. _no_... nada
shades of any grey at all. Jeanne 2 has three shades clearly
seen with the naked eye. There are more with contrast
adjustments... but for this... the three will be enough.

In _both_ images the sun was _already_ shining on the inner 'cave'
walls and there _should_ have been at least some ambient lighting
around the edges of Jeanne 1 that the camera _should_ have pcked
up even in the nadir position... but there isn't is is _pitch_
_black_. Check the pixels.

2. Zooming in on the edges of the pit ridge of Jeanne 1 you will
see and notice that _poprtions_ of the 'ridge' extends out _into_
the black area. Now... if this was a hole/pit as NASA claims...
how can such a large piece of real-estate hang there in mid-air
with black shadow behind it to the rim edge? This happens in
several locations.

This spot remains an enigma for some of us in the Mars annomaly
community... because Jeanne 1 _should_ have shades of grey in
it's blackness because the sun was _also_ shining into the
crater when Jeanne 1 was taken... the sun was _not_ directly
shining down into the hole in nadir spot. If _that_ was true...
Jeanne 1 would have shown the bottom of the hole/pit.

As far as Phobos issues with the Russian probes... we've had our
own problems with Mars taking nearly 66% of _all_ spacecraft
sent from _all_ countries over the years. And they fail for a
wide variety of reasons... including the possibility that
someone is still home there on Mars underground... IMHO.


Bob... :D
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