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  • mschwamb by mschwamb scientist, translator

    #frost

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  • putsman by putsman

    Cool geyser!

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  • nicolast by nicolast

    #CO2fandeposit

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  • PDRay80 by PDRay80

    awesome colours

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  • MrsPancake by MrsPancake

    #frost

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  • jules by jules

    #frost

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  • nibs888 by nibs888

    very pritty

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  • maurice_pullin by maurice_pullin

    blue jet a geyser perhaps? of CO2? dark fan shadows?

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  • michaelaye by michaelaye scientist

    looks like it, but impossible, because we always look from exactly the top!so a live geyser would actually look like a blotch.

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  • michaelaye by michaelaye scientist

    So, if you guys find a blotch that suspiciously looks like it has a shadow, THEN we are talking, and then we are talking discovery! 😉

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  • michaelaye by michaelaye scientist

    Unfortunately, our calculations make us believe that the eruptions happen in the morning hours, while all these observations are afternoon.

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  • michaelaye by michaelaye scientist

    Something that can't be changed due to orbital physics.

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  • Amascot by Amascot

    Could be an alien light with a co2 black part

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  • kidadynomite by kidadynomite

    Is this an eruption in progress?

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  • kit.yardley by kit.yardley

    Column of gas/vapour rising casting shadow?

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  • djhare by djhare

    #frost

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  • jdt79 by jdt79

    i like d this one too the way its gone in two directions is interesting

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  • bukrojers by bukrojers

    Good thinking kit.yardley!! Are all images from directly above? What scale? Google Earth shows objects in perspective with vertical images

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  • michaelaye by michaelaye scientist

    That's because on Earth we have the luxury to do inclined observations. 😉

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  • michaelaye by michaelaye scientist

    Here's how you confirm verticality: go to http://www.uahirise.org/ESP_020597_0925 look for emission angle.if it's close to 0->vertical.

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  • brian_peaston by brian_peaston

    #wind-directions

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  • brian_peaston by brian_peaston

    #multi-coloured

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