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Gigantic Mystery Hole At South Pole of Mars

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The huge hole in the south pole of Mars is hundreds of feet in diameter and no one knows how deep into the red planet the huge hole goes. And what is the yellow stain in and around the hole? The gigantic mystery hole was discovered by the orbiter’s High Resolution Imaging Science Experiment, or HiRISE camera. It allows NASA to see Martian objects larger than one meter from about 124 miles (200 km) to 248 miles (400 km) above.

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Hmm...  My very first impression of that was that it looks like some type of textured fabric (like leather or vinyl or the like) with a hole burnt in the middle -- it's an awfully perfect hole… But who knows ...

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29 minutes ago, Jostler said:

now why can't we get such clear pics of Cydonia?  Selective high resolution....my foot.

Seemingly miraculously, the camera stops working over Cydonia.

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48 minutes ago, Jostler said:

now why can't we get such clear pics of Cydonia?  Selective high resolution....my foot.

How about Tithonia as well? 

http://www.marsanomalyresearch.com/evidence-reports/2005/081/tithonia-civilization.htm

http://www.truinsight.com/tithonia_citythe_case_for_absolu.htm

http://www.truinsight.com/absolute_proof_of_alien_artifici.htm

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Most of the time when they release such ''anomalous'' pictures it is to sense and gauge public opinion. Basically, they're data mining. Is it aliens? They want to know what's on your mind so they can set up their next disinformation campaign more efficiently.

The HiRISE camera has been in orbit for more than 11 years and can capture any object larger than one meter. It's impossible they have just found out about this hole, unless it's so new. If that's the case, then meteor impact crater can immediately be ruled out, they would have tracked it and there would be evidence of it all around. What makes it interesting are the yellowish taints around the hole. Notice how it is evenly dispersed in a circular manner around the ridge of the hole and then it covers most of the upper right part of the picture? Maybe it's some sort of gas fumes escaping from the bottom of the hole into the Martian atmosphere and colouring the surroundings? Ooops. I forgot how all of this is not possible in the supposedly so thin Martian atmosphere. :gsbrnint: Perhaps some sort of sediments, too?

I have to point out that this photo is obviously greatly altered and enhanced. Almost looks like CGI. 

 

Anyways, since people are inquiring about Cydonia and Tithonia... What about ''Inca City'' as well?

http://www.thelivingmoon.com/43ancients/02files/Mars_Images_24.html

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7 hours ago, Zireael said:

Most of the time when they release such ''anomalous'' pictures it is to sense and gauge public opinion. Basically, they're data mining. Is it aliens? They want to know what's on your mind so they can set up their next disinformation campaign more efficiently.

That's a very interesting viewpoint ... I fully agree.

8 hours ago, Zireael said:

What makes it interesting are the yellowish taints around the hole. Notice how it is evenly dispersed in a circular manner around the ridge of the hole and then it covers most of the upper right part of the picture?

It could be some kind of sulphur compound, because they are often quite colorful (usually yellowish/greenish). Just a thought.

7 hours ago, Zireael said:

I have to point out that this photo is obviously greatly altered and enhanced. Almost looks like CGI. 

... and this makes the photo nearly worthless.

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BornUntamed

That's not a real pic 

im amazed people still believe that anything from nasa is real

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