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Clouds on Mars!

A nice collection of clouds photographed by Curiosity, so much for the barren planet, in this nice article from NASA: https://www.nasa.gov/feature/jpl/nasa-s-curiosity-rover-captures-shining-clouds-on-mars This post has been automatically translated. See the original post here.

Perseverance Sol 91, May 23, 2021

At 15:55:30 LMST the Rear Left Hazcam recorded again an incredible Martian rainbow extended from side to side.If in the photo of Sol 43 it was vaguely questionable the possibility of a reflection of sunlight entering in a grazing way between the camera lenses (see https://www.facebook.com/PianetaMarte.MdM/photos/3810030972413401), in this case this possibility is categorically excluded!As you can see from the direction of the shadows, here the… Read More »Perseverance Sol 91, May 23, 2021

Why is the shadow of Ingenuity’s propellers so sharp?

A shadow, not only on the Martian soil, but also a shadow on the credibility of the data NASA is providing about it. With propellers that should be spinning at fantastic speeds to compensate for the rarefaction of the tenuous Martian atmosphere, how is it possible to take photos where the propellers themselves appear as sharp as if they were stationary? Source: https://www.ilpianetamarte.tk/Files/Perche_l_ombra_delle_eliche_di_Ingenuity_e_cosi_nitida/Perche_l_ombra_delle_eliche_di_Ingenuity_e_cosi_nitida.php This post… Read More »Why is the shadow of Ingenuity’s propellers so sharp?

Why is the shadow of Ingenuity’s propellers so sharp?

Your browser does not support HTML video. A shadow, not only on the Martian soil, but also a shadow on the credibility of the data NASA is providing about it. With propellers that are supposed to be spinning at fantastic speeds to compensate for the rarefaction of the tenuous Martian atmosphere, how is it possible to take photos where the propellers themselves appear as sharp… Read More »Why is the shadow of Ingenuity’s propellers so sharp?

And yet it is not moved!!!

Your browser does not support HTML video. I translate from the source cited below:“NASA’s Martian helicopter Ingenuity took these images during its fourth flight, on April 30, 2021, using its navigation camera. The camera, which tracks surface features beneath the helicopter, takes images at a speed where the helicopter’s blades appear locked in place, despite making 21 full rotations between each image. In flight, the… Read More »And yet it is not moved!!!

And yet it is not moved!!!

I translate from the source cited above:“NASA’s Martian helicopter Ingenuity took these images during its fourth flight, on April 30, 2021, using its navigation camera. The camera, which tracks surface features beneath the helicopter, takes images at a speed where the helicopter’s blades appear locked in place, despite making 21 full rotations between each image. In flight, the blades spin at 2537 rpm (revolutions per… Read More »And yet it is not moved!!!

Ingenuity casts a shadow over NASA, too

Your browser does not support HTML video. Ingenuity’s shadow is too sharp and the blades appear to us as if they were still or as if the photo had been taken with an exposure time too short compared to the possibilities of the camera that made it.What is actually behind this photo? Related Links: Black and White Image From Ingenuity’s Third Flight https://mars.nasa.gov/resources/25852/black-and-white-image-from-ingenuitys-third-flight/ PIA24623: Black… Read More »Ingenuity casts a shadow over NASA, too