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The Cydonia/THEMIS Image Controversy

Did NASA Fake Data To Hide Mars Anomalies? (Aug 30)
Did NASA post low-resolution, noisy data on a Mars Odyssey mission website, while knowingly withholding the "real" data?
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Update: Did NASA Fake Data To Hide Mars Anomalies? (Sept 10)
Did NASA post low-resolution, noisy data on a Mars Odyssey mission website, while knowingly withholding the "real" data?

Is NASA Capable Of Lying? (Sept 12)
Rochus Boerner, a freelance reporter at ASU, offers this analysis of NASA's first dealings with the "Face on Mars".

Anatomy of a "Bamf" (Oct 1)
It is still an open issue whether the officially released image of Cydonia (2002072A) spacecraft is the best image available. Here is our latest update.

Two Faces on Mars? Op/Ed (Oct 1)
Mark Easter of EasterFilms.com elaborates on his opinion that Hoagland's face was placed in the July 25th image given to Keith Laney in an effort to discredit Hoagland.

NASA Releases New Software For Odyssey Images (Oct 3)
NASA/JPL has released new software to view .QUB files from the release of the RAW data from Mars Odyssey.

More THEMIS Cydonia Anomalies Op/Ed (Oct 4)
Are the multispectral IR images released by the Mars Odyssey THEMIS team being properly constructed?

NASA Proves Their Own Fraud In Cydonia Releases (Nov 8)
Next to the Oct 31st release of the first night-time image of Cydonia is proof that the July 24th image was a fraud.


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