The Martian Sky




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Published on Aug 14, 2012

I must apologize to my subscribers. After careful consideration I have reluctantly decided to remove the videos of my presentation at the 2nd International Conference of the Lunar Singularity. I still stand by what I said in those videos and feel I did a good job presenting Ralph Rene's moon hoax studies. But unfortunately my lecture was tarnished by technical issues out of my control. The projector goofed up forcing me to do the presentation on my laptop, and the audio recording didn't come out as good as I thought it did. Many viewers complained that they couldn't understand what I was saying, and as a result a lot of my regular viewers were turned off from watching it. Worse still, the trolls just used the comments as a dumping ground for their preposterous hearsay about the conference. Under normal circumstances I wouldn't give a damn about what they say. But if audio makes it unwatchable for those with actual interests in my videos, what's the point?

But don't fret, a transcript of the presentation with lecture slides will be posted elsewhere. And for now I have a new video on the mars landings. This one explores a very interesting question: What colour is the Martian Sky?

Various lander probes have shown us a bewildering range of shadings. Oddly, simple photographic adjustments can turn many of them earth-like. While the reverse adjustment can leave an Earth desert scene looking like Mars.

Some say the brown-orange sky is due to a planet-wide dust storm. Even when the storm isn't there.

But the real question is: should Mars even have a sky?


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