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Re: Do you see it?

Unread postby seasmith » Sun Jun 14, 2015 8:19 pm

Daniel wrote:

seasmith wrote:
The pentagram & a-half outline?
The di-polar double-scoop in the center?
The braided-looking swirls in between?



Bingo! But what does it look like?

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Daniel


Rock ?:)☺

But seriously, the surface morphology appears to be forming at least a tri-part archetype pattern, so there’s most probably more than one model to fit it ?
An electric auger bit comes to mind …
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Re: Do you see it?

Unread postby D_Archer » Mon Jun 15, 2015 5:19 am

seasmith wrote:
Daniel wrote:

seasmith wrote:
The pentagram & a-half outline?
The di-polar double-scoop in the center?
The braided-looking swirls in between?



Bingo! But what does it look like?

Regards,
Daniel


Rock ?:)☺

But seriously, the surface morphology appears to be forming at least a tri-part archetype pattern, so there’s most probably more than one model to fit it ?
An electric auger bit comes to mind …
~



Not much response, i thought it was obvious. The center looks like a galaxy*, left it swirls up and right down and a central bulge in the middle. Or particle in cell simulation by Bostick, or Valles Marineris etc.

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