The European Space Agency (ESA) has released a fetching composite image of a couple of Martian volcanoes, one of them caught with "icy clouds" drifting past its summit. Mars Express image of Ceraunius Tholus and Uranius Tholus. Pic: ESA The two volcanoes, dubbed Ceraunius Tholus (left) and Uranius Tholus were caught on camera …
Exactly the kind of picture I want to see from these missions!
I'd be interested to know what the straight line formation in the upper right of the image is? Anybody care to enlighten me?
I just know people like Richard Hoagland would have a field day with it!
Well Duh! The straight line formation is blatantly an alien runway!
Is that you Mr. Hoagland?
I think you'd be better off here:
Worth a look ( If you fancy a laugh), especially considering today's date!
No, not a runway....
...it's where they filmed the Apollo moon landings!
Nah....Mavin The Martian has just left the kettle boiling for too long
Re: Re: Beautiful
Alien runway - you must be joking - its clearly artwork left on Mars by visitors from Nazca, Peru
non scientific guess here, but they look like volcanic fissures
I think you'll find
the smoke was from the barbie
There, on the right volcano...OMG, it's a new "Face on Mars"!! Aliens DO exist!!
If you look closely at the right volcano, you'll see that Zorro stopped by for a visit.
i'm guessing it's a canal
yeah, and everyone said they didn't exist. so there.
The oxygen generating pyramid from Total Recall?!
Where is he when we need him? He ought to have the answers.
Okay, so there is mist on Mars, that means there is Oxygen right ?
Because without oxygen you can't get mist!!
They have been laying to us all for sooo long!!!!!!
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