Introduction

Many images of the very same region allow a determination of size and height of landscape characteriscs.

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Famous Images

Famous Images

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Scaling

Scaling

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Comparing Results

Comparing Results

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Comparing Results

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The result of measurements here in the 5 fotos are shown again:

Length 2.68 km (1.67 miles), width 1,86 km (1.15 miles),  ratio from length/width ~√ 2 :1  (1,44)

 

From Wikipedia one can get the values:

english website: lenght 2km (1.2 miles), width 1.5 km (0.93 miles) ratio from length/width 4:3 (1,25)

german website: lenght 3 km (1.85 miles), width 1.5 km (0.93 miles), ratio from length/width 2:1 (2,00)

 

Table in kilomateres

Source

Length

Width

Ratio

Wikipedia englisch

2 km

1,5 km

4:3          (1,25)

hier

2.68 km

1,86 km

~√ 2 :1    (1,44)

Wikipedia deutsch

3 km

1,5 km

2:1           (2,00)

 

 Tabelle in miles

Source

Length

Width

Ratio

Wikipedia englisch

1.2 miles

0.93 miles

4:3          (1,25)

here

1.67 miles

1.15 miles

~√ 2 :1    (1,44)

Wikipedia deutsch

1.85 miles

0.93 miles

2:1           (2,00)

 

 How can it be, that there are such huge deviations ?

 Anyhow a reason to do own research !

 

Wellcome!

We are pleased to welcome you on our homepage. Be informed on our online presence about research and results regarding the famous mountain on Mars in Cydonia Mensae region. As an oronym we continue to use the term 'Face of Mars', although the mesa only looked on the first fotos taken from it like face, lying half in shadow. These pictures are not a good example for pareidolia, the appearance of a face on the very first pictures is obvious. This does not apply for newer fotos, they do not show the appearance of a face. Only people who mean to identify a face on newer fotos may labour under pareidolia. But nevertheless the mesa has more properties, which are not usual for naturally formed mountains ...

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