You are not the only one to ask ‘what took the picture?’, I read a story, it is a composite image of several photographs, the camera sits on top of an arm and is capable of a 360° view in all directions. When the image is assembled the sections of the picture with the arm visible are removed.
Either that or the moon landing was faked.
(The story link worked but I closed the tab, I tried clicking again and it wouldn’t work, I can’t check to see if the processes was fully explained in any of the links on the page.)
Comment by Just Sayin — February 25, 2013 @ 7:03 am
Dammit!!!! I had forgotten all about that one. Thanks.
(What? No, it’s not insane to feel sorry for a machine, in and of itself; but y’might wanna keep tabs on that kind’a thing.)
Hunh … links work fine for me.
Try holdin’ your tongue on the other side.
(What? Hey, my advice is worth every penny folks pay for it.)
Comment by DougM (ΜΟΛΩΝ ΛΑΒΕ) — February 25, 2013 @ 7:25 am
I studied on this for a spell an came up with a couple of hi-poth-a-seas:
1. Pitcher taken by that black Martian wearing a gold helmet, using a Kodak Brownie…
2. Somebody photoshopped my yard in the summer when I was stationed in Beeville, Texas (…home of caliche dirt…)
Comment by Colonel Jerry USMC — February 25, 2013 @ 7:29 am
*heh* shack 2/2
(Still plenty’a ordnance left under ‘em ol’ wings, ain’t there?)
Comment by DougM (ΜΟΛΩΝ ΛΑΒΕ) — February 25, 2013 @ 7:38 am
Drones on Mars???
Comment by geezerette — February 25, 2013 @ 8:09 am
Every time a libtard says America is irrelevant, toss that photo in their face.
We are the only country on Earth with nuclear-powered SUV-sized rovers on the other planets and probes leaving the solar system.