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Zeta Reticulum

New bright object from SOL 78 ?

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Ever Learning

it does seem weird that every thing else is covered in sand and that object isnt

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Vlad the Mighty

Looks like a bit of tin foil. :angry:

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Lilly

Could it be a bit of something off the rover itself?

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Vlad the Mighty

I do hope this isn't the history book-rewriting announcement they were going to make that we've just pre-empted. :(

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Gary Meadows

Could it be a bit of something off the rover itself?

This is most likely.

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Vlad the Mighty

See, we send devices to other worlds, and what do we do? Drop litter. Have they ever thought that the presence of devices that we send might in themselves have an effect on the Environment that they're send to explore?

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DONTEATUS

THe MEPA will be sending us a littering bill no doubt ! :alien::cry:

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Chooky88

WTF hasn't the rover got a gigapixel camera? It's pathetic.

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Vlad the Mighty

WTF hasn't the rover got a gigapixel camera? It's pathetic.

That's the trouble with these big Government sponsored proejcts, see; development times are so long that by the time you get to where you were going it's out of date.

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Rafterman

See, we send devices to other worlds, and what do we do? Drop litter. Have they ever thought that the presence of devices that we send might in themselves have an effect on the Environment that they're send to explore?

Actually NASA spends a great deal of time studying such things.

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