Skip to comments.‘Crashed Flying Saucer’ Spotted On Mars
Posted on 12/11/2021 6:10:22 AM PST by hamburger hill
A South African researcher discovered what appears to be an image of a crashed flying saucer on the surface of Mars, according to re-analyzed NASA footage from 2006.[6 minute youtube video]
01:44 a strange trench 01:48 and at the end of it 01:50 a perfect disc 01:52 partially covered in sand and debris and 01:56 behind it 01:57 we have 01:58 random dunes 02:00 now i've removed some of the dunes 02:03 to give you an idea 02:05 of what we're looking at here or 02:07 potentially what we're looking at here 02:10 it looks like 02:11 a disc-shaped craft object 02:14 came in at a very low angle 02:17 and crashed into 02:19 the surface of mars
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Cropped at the left edge of the image, the tracks appear to pick up again. Something is missing here. Color me skeptical.
When Elon goes there he can figure it out.
(What a good arm I have - I shoulda gone Pro...)
It appears to have been formed by wind.
The late Arthur C. Clarke claimed to see banyan trees.
And there’s the ever-popular Happy Face on Mars:
With our technology, if we had sent our Voyager spacecraft on an intercept course to the next nearest star to our sun, it would take about 100K years to arrive.
Other civilizations have technology capable of overcoming that hurdle, not to mention radiation shielding and the fuel needed to haul all that around, and they just crash into the ground on some planet or into a windmill in Aurora Texas???
Since we have a helicopter on Mars, verify it.
Elon to Space X executives: “Gentlemen, we now have a mission. Advise you all watch “2001 Space Odyssey”. I wish to take command and leave in 18 months. Make it so. To infinity and beyond!”
Where’s Art Bell when you need him?
WOW thousands of Alien space craft crashing everywhere , how did they ever reach our Solar System ,LOL
Such aliens are obviously much more advanced than we are. Therefore they’ve had affirmative action quotas in their engineering departments much longer than we have.
If it was a plate of those cheddar biscuits from Red Lobster, where do I sign up?
We can have probes there in about 20 years.
At 40 feet in diameter that would put it at about six feet in height.
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