posted on Jul, 2 2018 @ 07:17 PM
a reply to: CaptainBeno
It's a rock with a slightly different shading and color hue than the surrounding rocks.
It is sticking up on the horizon by a larger proportion as compared to it's neighboring rocks.
Your scrutiny of physical description can only be so specific with the cams we have available.
This is the best we can do, right now.
If you want to see an actual Corinthian pillar, what would you expect it to look like after years on Mars? It's a planet that has dust storms large
enough to cover entire oceans on Earth. :|
I too, wouldn't believe in an extraterrestrial being until it was in my kitchen making food for me, but as of today, we have an RC car with black and
white bit per dot images being transmitted across our solar system from cameras that were outdone by the Sony Cybershot in the early 2000's.
So, we work with what we have. We make conjectures based on data.
EXOmars will land and suddenly Mars will look like Google Street view.
Until then, we have this unfortunate peephole.