Mars Anomalies: Dome Box on Mars – Naturally formed, Man-made or a Classic Case of Pareidolia?


Naturally formed, Man-made or a classic case of Pareidolia?
It surely speaks to your imagination ..

What do you think? 

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Mars Anomalies HiRISE PSP_009760_2650_RED

Mars Anomalies: The full image on the left was taken by HiRISE on 26 august 2008. The image ID is  HiRISE: PSP_009760_2650_RED The two images on the right are the zoomed-in area of interest and part of the full image in the highlighted area. (The enlarged area is 300% zoomed in and 90 degrees flipped to the left.)

Stratigraphic relationships west of Tenuis Cavus


Dome Box on Mars: Zoomed-in area of Mars image id: HiRISE: PSP_009760_2650_RED : Enlarged 300% and flipped 90 degrees left.

Dome Box on Mars: Zoomed-in area of Mars image id: HiRISE: PSP_009760_2650_RED : Enlarged 300% and flipped 90 degrees to the left. Click the image for an unmarked version

HiRISE PSP_009760_2650_RED Screenshot_2

Unedited cut-out of the area of interest from the original image, just zoomed in and cropped (not flipped)

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HiRISE PSP_009760_2650_RED Screenshot_2 scaled 300%- rotated 90 left-color correction2-zoom-markedpng

Structures highlighted

Click here for the original image and zoom in on the marked area HiRISE: PSP_009760_2650_RED (original image)

Click here for the original image and zoom in on the marked area HiRISE: PSP_009760_2650_RED (original image)

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HiRISE (High Resolution Imaging Science Experiment) 
HiRISE has photographed hundreds of targeted swaths of Mars' surface in unprecedented detail.  The HiRISE camera has provided the highest-resolution images yet from martian orbit.
The camera operates in visible wavelengths, the same as human eyes, but with a telescopic lens that produces images at resolutions never before seen in planetary exploration missions. These high-resolution images enable scientists to distinguish 1-meter-size (about 3-foot-size) objects on Mars and to study the morphology (surface structure) in a much more comprehensive manner than ever before.
HiRISE also makes observations at near-infrared wavelengths to obtain information on the mineral groups present. From an altitude that varies from 200 to 400 kilometers (about 125 to 250 miles) above Mars, HiRISE acquires surface images containing individual, basketball-size (30 to 60 centimeters, or 1 to 2 feet wide) pixel elements, allowing surface features 4 to 8 feet across to be resolved. These new, high-resolution images are providing unprecedented views of layered materials, gullies, channels, and other science targets, in addition to characterizing possible future landing sites.
HiRISE is operated by the Lunar and Planetary Laboratory at the University of Arizona.
MRO is operated by the Jet Propulsion Laboratory.

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UPDATE:

July 22, 2015 New Website Gathering Public Input on NASA Mars Images
Science-team members for NASA’s Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter are soliciting help from the public to analyze exotic features near the south pole of Mars.

By categorizing features visible in images from the orbiter’s Context Camera (CTX), volunteers are using their own computers to help the team identify specific areas for even more detailed examination with the orbiter’s High Resolution Imaging Science Experiment (HiRISE) camera. HiRISE can reveal more detail than any other camera ever put into orbit around Mars.

Information about how to participate is at the “Planet Four: Terrains” website, at: http://terrains.planetfour.org

Planet Four: Terrains is on a new platform released by the Zooniverse, an organization that currently hosts 30 projects that enlist people worldwide to contribute to discoveries in fields ranging from astronomy to zoology. The new platform is designed to make it easier than ever for a researcher needing help with data analysis to set up a task to involve volunteers.

View this image in context on an interactive map More info 

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Image ID: HiRISE: PSP_009760_2650_RED
Image Formats: PNG | GIF | JPEG | TIFF | PDF
Stratigraphic relationships west of Tenuis Cavus | More info
Current latitude and longitude: 90.0° N / 1.0° E

View this image in context on interactive map

Interactive Mars Maps

HiRISE Interactive Brows Map
NASA Mars Trek
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