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2007-08-27 Odyssey release
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post Aug 31 2007, 02:06 AM
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2007-08-27 release

...never mind the fascinating modified ejecta, look just right of the middle at the very bottom of the image.

Odd I See an almost mathematically smooth bump at the bottom of the image. Details in the bigger image. Its probably nothing too special, but ive never seen anything quite like it in the context its in. and it has a very cinder-cone-like pointy shadow. looks much newer than the surrounding terrain. odd indeed.
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post Sep 3 2007, 01:07 PM
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Spotted something else interesting, farther up the image...

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Might be just imagining it but can anyone else see a plume with a shadow cast on the ground beneath it? Dust devil? Something else..? huh.gif


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