"A small insectivore reptile type creature "Probo" run over by Curiosity on Mars. His foot broken off by the Rovers wheel. The Rover tracks go right over this 6 inch long animal that may be freeze dried like the 100's of others ...
"A small insectivore reptile type creature "Probo" run over by Curiosity on Mars. His foot broken off by the Rovers wheel. The Rover tracks go right over this 6 inch long animal that may be freeze dried like the 100's of others I have discovered recently. The broken off foot looks reptilian in nature but the creatures has a long proboscis like an Anteater or Pangolin.
I have been told by some of my well informed subscribers that NASA spend up to 5 days filtering out many images from the Mars rovers - this maybe true as some of the image sets seem rather too small for a whole days shooting. Luckily for us they missed quite a lot of anomalies probably due to a massive work load. I am sure that some of the workers at JPL let some slip by and then give us researchers a tip off now and again. The images on the whole seem to have been badly resized and over compressed probably to fit so many on their website. Is this a conspiracy? - I don't think so but we will never know what images were omitted to prevent a possible public panic. On that premise there must be thousands of close up images of animal remains, fossils, artefacts and even Mars aliens that remain unseen but there is still much to be found in the vast archives even if they are rather grungy and pixelated. A little Gaussian blur (between .5 and 1.5 radius) - contrast/brightness and sharpening goes a long way when enhancing these images. A colour temperature or white balance usually helps also. Otherwise try and work with the higher res panoramic images - these are good and full of interesting fossils and artefacts. Keep searching everyone!