Posts Tagged ‘Watching Mars’
Elizabeth Fuller writes, I found another UFO over the Spirit rover in SOL 318 (panoramic view). The UFO is only visible in one of the 74 views on this SOL (it’s the 10th view from the top). This is one of the most amazing UFO’s I’ve seen – it’s really large, has a very odd shape, and appears to be extremely low to the ground. Someone is watching Mars very closely. The more I look at these photos, the more amazing things I find that I didn’t see first time around.
I have to hand it to NASA, they are either not looking at these photos very carefully, or they are putting them out there for anyone who is interested in finding out the truth to see! Thanks to Elizabeth Fuller
Mars Artificial Platforms
Vince White writes, Look at this HIRISE imagery, and explain how rocks sort themselves, into rocks of the same size and place themselves into neat rows and columns. These are smart Martian rocks indeed, as amazing as “cat boxes” sitting on clear artificial symmetric rectilinear berm platforms! The HiRise images are esp_012525_1720 below see image 2 Thanks to Vince White, NASA, J. P. Skipper and University of Arizona. 7.9 276.6E
Editors Note: The right side of the photo has square building like structures.
Richard Buchli D.V.M. writes, “I don’t know if you got my letter last night, but be sure to notice Mars 7 and 8. 7 has interesting something at the base, and 8 is a very strange 2 part light area!! 4 07’12. 95” S 63 10’14.27 W
We’re not sure whether it’s some kind of alien design but NASA says, Mars is “tattooed.” That’s their cutesy way of bringing attention to what’s shown in this high-resolution picture from the HiRise camera on the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter — a twisting dark design on the reddish terrain of the planet’s surface.
From a NASA photo today entitled, “Tattooed Mars:” “Newly formed trails like these had presented researchers with a tantalizing mystery but are now known to be the work of miniature wind vortices or dust devils. Spinning columns of rising air heated by the warm surface are also common in dry and desert areas on planet Earth. Image: NASA, HiRise.