600-Foot-Wide, Intact-Looking UFO Spotted On Mars
The UFO, which rests neatly parked on the surface of our next door neighbor was brought into attention by the administrator of the YouTube channel UFOvni2012 on November 21. There is a slight chance that the UFO could still be up for grabs, but the original photo was snapped by NASA’s Mars Global Surveyor (MGS) on October 16, 2000 and a lot could have happened in 16 years.
THE LONG AND TURNED LANDING TRACKS LEFT BEHIND FROM THE CRAFT SHOW THAT THE SHIP CRASH LANDED AS GENTLY AS IT COULD,” WROTE UFO HUNTER SCOTT WARING.The alleged UFO crash site is located in the Medusae Fossae, a large martian geological formation of unknown origins. Named after the Medusa from Greek mythology, this formation extends for nearly 600 miles along the martian equator. Constant winds and periodic windstorms have done a great job at eroding the landscape, giving it a smooth appearance.
Given these circumstances, it’s a wonder how the UFO managed to escape being buried beneath a dune of fine sand. Perhaps it hasn’t been down there for long, and this argument is raising the hopes of alien specialists out there, who suspect the craft could theoretically be salvageable.
Original image here.
The NASA image has a size chart attached to it, which allows for a rough estimate of the object’s size. Since 1 pixel on the original photo measures 9.4 feet, the UFO spotted on Mars would have to measure approximately 600 feet across, meaning that it would cast a pretty large shadow if it suddenly appeared above you.
Wingate was the first person to draw our attention to the anomalous Lobachevsky crater located on the far side of the Moon. Apollo 16 photos strongly suggest the crater might shelter a complex extraterrestrial base encompassing multiple, rectangular and artificial-looking structures, with the most unusual of these structure being a very tall spire.
It seems Wingate has an eye for these things and knows where to look. It’s a shame his good work is hindered, but that’s just the way it goes in the world of truth-seekers.