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Posted by Tripp McCann on February 3, 2001 07:06:33 UTC

Smoke Stack: Located along the upper left margin of the image is a squat, round structure. The sides of this circular structure appear to have repeating structural detail. Coming from the center of this structure, a dark .. void, is smoke which appears to spiral up vertically and then begin to equalize and spread out, becomes semi-transparent. This smoke travels to the north allowing topographic detail beneath it to still be visible, albeit obscured partially. The smoke itself also casts a shadow with shadow margins also mimicking the smoke cloud itself, as would be expected.

Tech Structure: In the approximate center of the image tracked_area3.jpg there is a feature labeled "Tech Structure' or Technical Structure. This Tech Structure feature is somewhat elongate and its north-eastern end has a whiter albedo making two parallel features appear to be metallic "rails" catching the sunlight. The south-west end of the tech structure appears to be giving off thin, wispy semi-transparent smoke which trails off in a west, north-west direction. This "Tech Structure" has evident tracks on both its eastern and western sides showing the structure itself has had to be circumnavigated by the vehicle.

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