The Acropolis Platform
and The Key
20021009 Roundtable led by George Haas!
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Current project

Posted By: starjim <starjim@optonline.net> (ool-18bdd439.dyn.optonline.net)
Date: Friday, 18 October 2002, at 1:05 p.m.

George and I have been working (mostly George) on the vis strip from THEMIS. Of particular attention are the two mesas. The one all the way at the top and the flat one part way down the left side. Believe me when I say that there is a lot more to these mesas than meets the eye. While we are working a bit behind the scenes at the moment the material is almost ready to be placed here we would ask that anyone interested follow the link and get the image to work on and be ready to submit material once we debut the project...

Here is the link for the image: http://themis.asu.edu/zoom-20021009a.html

On tap for projects are Parrotopia (WIL?) and a few other interesting things that I have longed to work on.

I notice that only a few people have signed on here so if you note some names you want included then let me know and I will send out another email... and remember this is an invitation only board people....


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*Jim, I went to download the image and found that

Posted By: Wil <wilfaust@netscape.net> (1Cust39.tnt1.harrisburg.pa.da.uu.net)
Date: Monday, 21 October 2002, at 7:24 p.m.

In Response To: Current project (starjim)

I've already done so. So I'm ready for the two of you to fire away.

BTW, re: the flat mesa part way down the left hand side. Am I correct that's the one that was included (along the right edge) in Bullitt's hoagland1 image? There's something very peculiar and interesting in it if so. I will wait for your image, but if it's the one I'm thinking of, Jim, an I.M.E. animation is in order (which I will do).

Parrotopia? You're on. But there's a catch. The new batch of MGS MOC images contains an image very close to but not quite overlapping the original pic. It's the closest secondary image to the site so far. I downloaded it a week to ten days ago but I haven't even had time to look at it yet. I've got to do so first!!

Wil



 

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Show us what you got first.

Posted By: George J. Haas <cydonia3@bellatlantic.net> (pool-138-89-166-69.mad.east.verizon.net)
Date: Tuesday, 22 October 2002, at 5:45 a.m.

In Response To: *Jim, I went to download the image and found that (Wil)

Wil & others,

Jim and I are ready to go with our analysis however, we would like to wait and see what you have before we release our work. We don't want to influence your review of the strip. The strip includes (from the top down) the Acropolis mesa, the Cliff, the Key, and the Flat-Bed mesa. Our study has focused on the Acropolis mesa (at the top) and the Key.

G.H.



Very interesting George,

I would suggest you include the context image even if it is small so
people can understand the general setting for this. How did you arrive
at the split line?

I'm heading out for awhile but I'll give you a shout around noon

Jim



 
 The Acropolis Platform 
                                                 and The Key 

                                                        by 

                                              George J. Haas
 

THE ACROPOLIS PLATFORM 

    In the visible light THEMIS image of the Cydonia Landscape (http://themis.asu.edu/zoom-20021009a.html),1 that was released on October 9, 2002, two
large architectural structures were photographed just to the southwestern  and northwestern sides of a formation that researchers have identified as the Cliff
(Figure 1). To the north western side of the Cliff is a mesa that I have called the Acropolis Platform (boxed in red). To the southwestern side of the Cliff is a
mesa that Dr. Catlotto has identified as the Key (boxed in red).2



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20021009a context image *PIC* 

Posted By: Wil <wilfaust@netscape.net> (1Cust244.tnt5.harrisburg.pa.da.uu.net) 
Date: Tuesday, 22 October 2002, at 5:58 p.m. 

In Response To: Current project (starjim) 

At the request of George Haas, I'm posting this notated context image for the work he is doing in conjunction with *Jim. 

Wil 
 


 

Figure 1 

     THEMIS 20021009 (crop)
Note; the red boxes highlight the location of The Acropolis and the Key


 

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