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Published on Aug 20, 2012
IT MIGHT BE THE CURIOSITY'S THERMAL SHIELD THROW BEFORE LANDING ( SEE HERE http://www.nasa.gov/centers/ames/rese... ) OR AN EXTRATERRESTRIAL UFO? THE SHIELD HAS A VERY CLOSE SHAPE AS A REGULAR KNEW EXTRATERRESTRIAL UFO.
I KNOW, IT'S HARD TO BE ACCEPTED BUT...THAT'S THE TRUTH:
STARTING FROM NASA'S PICTURE REPRESENTING THE MARS ROVER CURIOSITY AND POSTED ON
I USED S-SPLINE 2 SOFTWARE FOR ZOOMING WITHOUT LOOSING MUCH INFORMATION AND ALSO I USED MY SPECIFIC SOFTWARE FOR CLEARING TO THE SAME PICTURE AND SHARPENING NOISY ASTRONOMY PICTURES. FINALY OBTAINING A GREAT RESOLUTION FOR THE SAME PICTURE - 9271X7930 PIXELS AT 24 BITES PER PIXEL DEPHT - I CROPED AT GRADUATE ZOOMS THE UFO'S IMAGE. I'VE PUT IN THIS CLIP WHAT I HAVE FIND, GRADUATELY, UPON ZOOM SCALE AND THE LEVEL OF SHARPENING ACTION.
NOTE THE SPECIFIC HALLOW AROUND UFO, ISSUED BY HIS OWN POWERFUL LOCAL MAGNETIC FIELD, IN THE ATMOSPHERE. THIS HALLOW IS SIMETRICAL DUE TO SIMETRICAL UFO'S SHAPE .
WELL, ANYONE CAN CHECK UP, MAYBE BETTER THAN ME, STARTING WITH THIS PICTURE, THAT WHATEVER YOU'VE SEEN WASN'T A FAKE. MORE OVER, YOU'LL MEET ON NASA'S SITE PICTURES WHERE THE SKY IS ABSOLUTELY CLEAN, HAVING NO SUCH "BUG" LIKE THIS ONE. SO, LOGICALY, IT WASN'T A BAD PIXEL FROM NASA'S CAMERA.
ENJOY AT FULL SCREEN !
PS: HERE IS THE NASA COMENTS
The Promised Land This image (cut out from a mosaic) shows the view from the landing site of NASA's Curiosity rover toward the lower reaches of
Mount Sharp, where Curiosity is likely to begin its ascent through hundreds of feet (meters) of layered deposits. The lower several hundred feet (meters) show evidence of bearing hydrated minerals, based on orbiter observations. The terrain Curiosity will explore is marked by hills, buttes, mesas and canyons on the scale of one-to-three story buildings, very much like the Four Corners region of the western United States. A scale bar indicates a distance of 1.2 miles (2 kilometers).
Curiosity's 34-millimeter Mast Camera acquired this high-resolution image on Aug. 8, 2012 PDT (Aug. 9 EDT).
This image shows the colors modified as if the scene were transported to Earth and illuminated by terrestrial sunlight. This processing, called "white balancing," is useful to scientists for recognizing and distinguishing rocks by color in more familiar lighting. Image credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/MSSS