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Subject: APF00007te

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  • Allobot by Allobot

    #pebbledashedmartiansurface

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  • adam_l by adam_l

    #tigerspots

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  • chrisbayes by chrisbayes

    #peppered

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  • michaelaye by michaelaye scientist

    #blotchfield

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  • xxjc116xx by xxjc116xx

    #myeyeshurtnow

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  • jules by jules

    #blotchfield

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  • nic31 by nic31

    why are we all getting the same pictures. is there not enough to go around

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  • ddevon by ddevon

    Are we supposed to mark all these blotches individually ?

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  • michaelaye by michaelaye scientist

    yes, pretty please. because we are doing calculations with the areas and number statistics as well. Thanks a billion!

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  • Jane16 by Jane16

    interesting lineations

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  • CosimoMontagu by CosimoMontagu

    I got this one too, wasn't sure whether to mark the blotches as they seemed more like shadows than dust

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  • CosimoMontagu by CosimoMontagu

    I got this one too, wasn't sure whether to mark the blotches as they seemed more like shadows than dust

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  • michaelaye by michaelaye scientist

    shadows have sharp edges, these are ALL blotches. and here are no objects visible that actually can throw a shadow.

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  • willndash by willndash

    Tried to mark them all. Is there a limit that the browser software can handle per image? I started to get image blanking.

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  • Dafijis by Dafijis

    Maybe these are just different rocks mixing together? I mean, the black spots don't seem dissimilar to Basalt.

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  • MoonSquirrel by MoonSquirrel

    Similar one found here APF00007sj , I tag them #dalmatian whenever I find one.

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  • michaelaye by michaelaye scientist

    moonsquirrel, we would prefer #blotchfield but ok. 😉

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  • michaelaye by michaelaye scientist

    Dafijs, the black spots are made of dust and sand. They only look soo dark in comparison to the pretty bright ice surface all around.

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  • Dizzy78 by Dizzy78

    #blotchfield

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  • tjones3 by tjones3

    How about #dalmartian??? 😃

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  • lukespacewalker9871 by lukespacewalker9871

    Giant paw prints from giant creatures that are invisible to all our technology and biology?

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  • poplar11 by poplar11

    appears to look like ice or snow melt on tundra surface

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  • hmcniven1 by hmcniven1

    ash?

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  • Baj13 by Baj13

    reminds me of mould spreading

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  • Milkywaystars by Milkywaystars

    I have seen that one when I looked at Mars!

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  • Milkywaystars by Milkywaystars

    I know this

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