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william joseph

Possible debris from a failed mission to Mars

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http://mars.jpl.nasa...5000E1_DXXX.jpg

This object does not look natural because it looks as if it has a pipe coming from the center of it. Could it be part of one of the crashed missions? I think that NASA has stated they have spotted some of this already. I am just wondering what mission it is from and what part of the spacecraft it came from.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Mars_Observer_-_PMIRR_Diagram.png It may be part of this assembly. (I found this on ATS).

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All I am seeing is rocks. Could you identify the object you think looks artificial please.

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I think you mean the object towards the right in the middle?

Looks like a rock with a hole in the middle of it, would be one hell of a coincidence if they found a bit of debris there, unless they were looking for it in the first place in that particular area because they knew thats where it fell.

Personally, I will stick with a rock with a hole in it.

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http://mars.jpl.nasa...5000E1_DXXX.jpg

This object does not look natural because it looks as if it has a pipe coming from the center of it. Could it be part of one of the crashed missions? I think that NASA has stated they have spotted some of this already. I am just wondering what mission it is from and what part of the spacecraft it came from.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Mars_Observer_-_PMIRR_Diagram.png It may be part of this assembly. (I found this on ATS).

Is this a Curiosity photo?

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Is this a Curiosity photo?

Yes.

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I see it now. This thing:

ru6y.jpg

It does look rather odd, but the fact that it is the same colour as all the other rocks makes me think it is just a rock.

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