Imagine using ERV elsewhere in the cosmos to improve visibility through diminished visibility environments (DVE) such as soil, murky water, wispy clouds, haze, mist, fog, dust, smoke, snow and more.

Here’s an example of what will be revealed such as on Mars (the original NASA image is shown in the top-left corner compared with what SpaceVee’s ERV reveals) – you decide what you see. Keep in mind that scientists have concluded now that Mars is a giant snowball covered with a thin layer of dusty/dirty-ice. So what if that layer can be breached? What might we find?

Compare the images frame by frame (original video released by NASA/JPL):

In an attempt at answering the question of possible past life on Mars, this article was written and published:

Martian Life: A Possibility – Remote Exploration of the Martian Subsurface

Read SpaceVee founder’s peer reviewed article on using ERV (formerly ASTIR – Advanced SpaceTime Image Recovery) entitled ‘Martian Life: A Possibility – Remote Exploration of Martian Subsurface’ recently published in the Astrobiology & Outreach Journal. You can also view it on the journal’s website here but some browsers don’t display the images so well.