- Bull s-Eye Impact Crater. Credit: NASA/JPL/University of Arizona Here s some doses of coolness and craziness for your Friday. This top image is one of theMessage 1 of 1 , Aug 2, 2010View Source
Here's some doses of coolness and craziness for your Friday. This top image is one of the latest from the HiRISE camera on the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter, and shows what looks like a target on the Red Planet. Researchers from the HiRISE team aren't sure yet whether this is two impacts — one impact that occurred dead center within another — or just unusual subsurface layering within one impact. I'm voting for two impacts, just because it is such a cool, lightning-strikes-twice concept. While no ejecta from the interior crater can be seen, the team says the ejecta could have been removed by extensive periglacial modification. Additionally, the floor fill around the inner crater resembles impact ejects elsewhere at this latitude, and some of the "landslides" to the East could be flow-back of ejecta off the walls of the larger crater. Likely the team will be looking closer at this impact to sort out the history and likelihood of a double impact.
Now, this next one is the crazy part…which looks exactly like a CT scan.......
There's a guy, and apparently a team of "remote viewing experts" who have found what they believe is a massive industrial complex on Mars. Eric Berger at his SciGuy blog at the Houston Chronicle wrote about this, and it is just way too wacky to believe, kind of like the people who zoom in on rocks on Mars and say they see Bigfoot. Anyway, these folks say they can even tell that there are artificial structures at this site with a laboratory. What's more they can see that there are lifeforms there wearing uniforms, and there are more men than women.