Geometry: Latitude 24.65°, Longitude 207.10°
Notes, Enhancements, Speculations
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Mars Water, Mars, Lake Leah Water, Mars, Moon More on Mars Elysium
(Above: pieced panels, above: Micrografx, stretch detail; Photoshop, cropped, contrast, sharpen, compressed)
(Above: crop above: Photoshop, cropped, compressed)
(Above: inverted image for surface reflectiveness study: above)
(Above: cavern, landing, above: Micrografx, stretch detail; Photoshop, cropped, contrast, compressed)
(Above: Caverns: Micrografx, stretch detail; Photoshop, cropped, contrast, compressed)
(Above: 3D enhance above: Photoshop, various dropouts to see structure)
(Above: Ice crop only)
(Above: nearby craters for light direction study, slight Micrografx stretch)
ZOOMING IN ON LAKE STEADMAN
NEW LAKE STEADMAN 3D
(Above: Viking detail for context)
LAKE STEADMAN, MARS, DETAIL
ABU SIMBEL, EGYPT
5/13/99 4:36:51 PM Pacific Daylight Time
Kent: Great find. The lake deserves your name or that of your father. I studied Mars prior to going into our national space program, but nothing like this. Congratulations. How could NASA eyes have missed this?
Former ScO, Space Shuttle Fleet, Kennedy Space Center, Florida.
|A New Case for Liquid Water on Mars|
SEARCH HERE: MORE DISCOVERIES TO BE MADE
CYDONIA: TEMPLE OF HORUS
A MAGNIFICENT FIND: LUCAS
EARTH LIFE FROM MARS:
Fox News reported on a breaking story from Stanford, California. Sunday night, May 9th, the 10:30 PM (the bay area, CA.), John Fowler, on the Fox news, did a segment on "Life from Mars".
Richard Zare a chemist at Standford, has released new data concerning the asteroids.
Seth Shostak from SETI said the Universe is ripe with life and that probably earth life originated from Mars. Although, it is suggested that life came to Earth from Mars in microbes, the basic conclusion agrees with Hoagland, that life on earth may have originated on Mars.
Seb Gillette said that within a decade NASA would be sending root missions to Mars.
NASA's data indicates that there was water about 300 billion [ possible email error on dating] years ago on Mars to support life.
CON: UCLA Paleontologist William Schoof, totally against the idea.
ANOTHER POSSIBLE TARGET
(Above: based on accepted earth and Mars meridians, location of Mars site relative to earth)
EDITOR'S NOTE: I have problem's with NASA's placement of the Martian Prime Meridian; likewise question earth's Greenwich location as well. Perhaps earth should go through Giza, Mars, Syris Major Planum , thus the above reckoning would seriously shift geometry.
(Above: zoom to region)
(Above: Forbidden Isles)
MYTHOLOGY: LEMURIA 2 3
SEVEN CITIES OF MARS
LAKE STEADMAN Geometry: Latitude 24.65°, Longitude, 207.10° (MGS)
On 5/10/99, 9:37 And 9:39 Pacific Time: I obtained the "Lake" image files, 42203g.jpg and b42203h.jpg from the MGS Atlas at:
(third and fourth panels from left-bottom)
I was examining an area at 0°and 30° Latitude and 180°and 210° Longitude, and almost slid past the data because the low-res seemed at first so innocuous, but when I grabbed the hi-res I immediately saw the intriguing lake-shape. With a simple contrast-stretch the difference in reflectiveness from lake surface to surroundings became apparent.
The enhancements on the lake vary from detail to detail, but in general I used a "stretch detail" filter from Micrografx Photomagic, an old application that continues to serve me well. I also colorized with Micrografx, and then opened with Photoshop to adjust contrast and compress for web publishing.
I really go by and trust artist's eye.
Another individual is helping with Geometry adjustments, re, Carl Munck theory. I have been waiting for his reckoning to come in to further focus on the the earth-Mars correspondences and relationships. The Abu Simbel trigger comes purely from my study of Art History.
Any help or peer-evaluation appreciated.
In a message dated 5/19/99 7:43:36 AM Pacific Daylight
Time, email@example.com writes:
Subj: martian lake
Date: 5/19/99 7:43:36 AM Pacific Daylight Time
From: firstname.lastname@example.org (Jenny Blue (GD.Flagstaff)
CC: email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org
Dear Mr. Steadman,
Ms. Annie Bennett forwarded your email to me because I am responsible for managing the database containing planetary names. I'm afraid that the naming process is long, involved and rather strict. You can read about the rules and regulations of the process on the web site which contains the Gazetteer of Planetary Nomenclature
If you have any questions about the naming process after looking at the web site, please feel free to write.
Subj: Re: martian lake
Date: 5/19/99 2:34:30 PM Pacific Daylight Time
CC: email@example.com, Phikent
Attention Jennifer Blue:
Dear Ms Blue:
I'm just an ordinary citizen that found in the MGS MOC Mars images a lake, highly reflective and watery--well it looks like a lake! So I named the wondrous artifact, "Lake Steadman," thinking of my Dad, a great fisherman.
Also I published my findings, notes, dates of discovery and enhancements to the Internet and proudly sent notice to everybody I know.
I'm an artist, and therefore I took some liberties in visualizing the significance of the artifact, even seeing a wild resemblance in features along the cliffs to the great Egyptian temple Abu Simbel. Perhaps this is too much the imagination, but then I would cite as kindred, Lowell, Sagan, others, all in my opinion great dreamers as well as dedicated researchers.
I have received encouragement from Kathy Kasten, UCLA, to contact yourselves, also received other support such as:
5/13/99 4:36:51 PM Pacific Daylight Time: Kent: Great find. The lake deserves your name or that of your father. I studied Mars prior to going into our national space program, but nothing like this. Congratulations. Clark McClelland, Former ScO, Space Shuttle Fleet, Kennedy Space Center, Florida.
Wouldn't it be an awesome idea for NASA to recognize ordinary folks as partners in discovery? What a great handshake that would be!
I could use some help please. If you have any forms that need to be filled out I'd be most grateful if you would forward to:
Kent M. Steadman
Terraforming Mars The Solar Wind at Mars Greening of the Red Planet
The first real mapping of Mars was done by the Mariner 9 Spacecraft, launched, 30 May 1971. We are re-discovering the data. The Mariner-9 images seem to reveal a living, non-toxic world--water, clouds, snow and ice, atmospheric layers. I think it is time to forever stow our pre-Galileo prejudices to consider the possibility that earth may not be the sole isolated nest of life for the Cosmos. [About 50 Mariner images now posted, first latest]
"I name thee on behalf of the dreamer," by his side in quiet witness stood Lowell, Wells, Verne, Herbert, and a Young Maiden.
Gen.6: There were giants in the earth in those days
MOCHE PYRAMIDS PERU ELYSIUM PYRAMIDS MARS