Date of sighting: March 5, 2016
Location of sighting: Mars
Source photo: http://mars.jpl.nasa.gov/msl-raw-images/proj/msl/redops/ods/surface/sol/01272/soas/rdr/ccam/CR0_510414824PRC_F0530636CCAM03271L1.JPG
Date Rover took photo: March 5, 2016
While checking out one of the many NASA rover blogs, I noticed NASA was trying something different. NASA realized that if they used the Remote Micro Imager Camera to look at the landscape far away, it would magnify it like a telescope. Usually its been only used for observing close ups of rocks and sand, but this is out of the box thinking.
Today I saw images of the Remote Micro Imager taking shots of distant hills, and flat plains in a 360 degree turn, shot after shot. Its kinda cool someone at NASA decided to utilize this camera for this new job.
I found a oval shaped structure that was divided into sections, and it reminds me of the Apple Headquarters building in Silicon Valley. I colored it Yellow to make it easier to see.
Scott C. Waring