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The UFO Phenomenon

Rock formation on Mars looks like a crashed UFO

December 16, 2021 | Comment icon 26 comments



Is this a UFO or a natural geological formation ? Image Credit: YouTube / Jean Ward
An image captured in 2006 has recently been the subject of debate and controversy on social media.
Originally photographed by the HiRISE camera aboard NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter, the image shows part of the Valles Marineris region of Mars - an area characterized by the abundance of canyons and chasms dotted across the landscape.

More recently, however, a zoomed-in section of the image showing what appears to be a disc-shaped object embedded in the sediment at the end of a trench has been gaining attention online.

The image, it has been argued, is evidence of a UFO crash.

Scientists have long dismissed any such claims, instead favoring the more conventional explanation that this is simply part of the landscape and is a naturally occurring chasm.
While it certainly does look as though there is a disc-shaped object embedded at the end of it, we tend to favor the official explanation in this particular case.

In all likelihood, the 'disc' is little more than a naturally occurring formation.

You can check out the original image - here - as well as the original description - here.

An analysis of the 'UFO' by anomaly-hunter Jean Ward can also be viewed in the video below.



Source: Boing Boing | Comments (26)


Recent comments on this story
Comment icon #17 Posted by Abramelin 5 months ago
Look, the floor plan of a house on Mars!
Comment icon #18 Posted by brokenbutcher2016 5 months ago
remote viewing.. used by the CIA among other entities.Remote viewing (RV) did not spring into existence overnight. Its earliest ancestors can be traced back thousands of years to the days of the early Greeks and beyond. But RV's most direct precursors date from the 1930's, beginning with experiments in clairvoyance under conscientious scientists like J.B. Rhine. Looking into your own thoughts and projecting your mind to a place without being there. Used by psychics as well to find missing persons..Big in the 1990's, tons of talk show exposure done on this subject with Art Bell..
Comment icon #19 Posted by Hyperionxvii 5 months ago
That's a giant sandworm isn't it! Y'all never seen that film, Dune?
Comment icon #20 Posted by Trelane 5 months ago
Remote viewing? Crashed UFOs? A "floor plan" on Mars? This thread has turned into a dustbin of nonsense fast.
Comment icon #21 Posted by DreadLordAvatar 5 months ago
NASA needs to use their MRO and take new photos of this anomaly. †Oh wait they already have and keeping it classified, because itís 100% a crashed alien ship. †
Comment icon #22 Posted by ChrLzs 5 months ago
Fabulous work.† This is the sort of in-depth, reliable, top notch, research that makes all the difference!!!!!!1!1!!!!1!!!!!!!!1!11111!
Comment icon #23 Posted by Manwon Lender 5 months ago
Yes it all started when a Butt Monkey stuck it head out of Homo Erectus Ass!
Comment icon #24 Posted by ChrLzs 5 months ago
Bwahahahah!† You really need to research J.B....† He was either totally incompetent or a liar and fraud. From the Wiki: Any questions?† Rhine is without doubt one of the worst pseudoscientific frauds of all time.† But, it has to be said, he represents the methodologies and tactics used by promoters of this excrement, really well.
Comment icon #25 Posted by psyche101 5 months ago
Looks exactly like every crashed alien spaceship that I have ever seen.
Comment icon #26 Posted by jethrofloyd 5 months ago
Surely a drunk bigfoot was piloting this UFO.


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