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NASA Faked Photos From Mars?

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  • 18 Oct, 2012  |
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№1 Author: kamatchou (18 Oct 2012 01:16) Total user comments: 311


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Like they did on the Moon ?!! i knew it 06
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№2 Author: aronfl (18 Oct 2012 02:16) Total user comments: 280


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Maybe it's fake but maybe it's just some kind of a fix?
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№3 Author: Grunt Callahan (18 Oct 2012 04:41) Total user comments: 2285


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They do this all the time, they take several pictures take at different times and blend them together so it's easier to see. It's not fake and this guy is an idiot.
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№4 Author: salsapopo (18 Oct 2012 12:27) Total user comments: 12723


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how cares
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№5 Author: Shalaba (18 Oct 2012 18:20) Total user comments: 381


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why am I not surprised at all?
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№6 Author: Shadoglare (19 Oct 2012 16:00) Total user comments: 499


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Pffft if we can't get to the moon, we obviously can't get to Mars 09
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№7 Author: GingerGypsy (21 Oct 2012 08:04) Total user comments: 3


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It is a composite image, that in itself explains what he is seeing. The images are blended together, but it may be that they are not matching up. Look at how each "copy and paste" piece is a similar distance from its original counterpart. The composite is just not lined up.
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№8 Author: alexacrow (1 Nov 2012 19:04) Total user comments: 1134


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disappointing...
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№9 Author: adzhoe (10 Nov 2012 07:37) Total user comments: 14959


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composite overlap
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