February 10, 2013

Ancient Artefacts Photographed By Curiosity? - Feb 3, 2013

A new series of strange unknown anomalies photographed by Curiosity Mars rover. Obviously it is difficult to say exactly what these objects are. Just rocks or perhaps a reference to ancient civilizations on Mars.

The anomalies were found on two photographs out of the series SOL-0177.

First Image: Mars Hand Lens Imager - 2013-02-03 23:50:50 UTC

Second Image: Mars Hand Lens Imager - 2013-02-03 23:58:58 UTC

Image 1 / anomalies - Link: http://mars.jpl.nasa.gov/msl/multimedia/raw/?rawid=0177MH0226000051E1_DXXX&s=177

Pic. 1: Original image Nr. 1 shows the first anomaly.


Pic. 2: Enlarged image of the first anomaly ( Strange rock with an unnatural notch and something what looks like a piece of scrap on top of the rock).


Image 2 / anomalies - Link: http://mars.jpl.nasa.gov/msl-raw-
images/msss/00177/mhli/0177MH0226000063E1_DXXX.jpg

Pic.3: This image shows the original horizontal picture Nr. 2 and the same picture rotated.


Pic. 4: Image shows several unknown objects taken from picture Nr. 2


Pic. 5: Enlarged image of a figure. Clearly visible is the head, torso, two arms and legs, and something like a drum between the legs (Taken from image Nr. 2 rotated). 


Pic. 6 - Enlarged images of several unknown objects taken from picture Nr. 2.

5 comments:

  1. I would really like to see that dragon and drummer but i don't, On first picture though, that notch on a side seems interesting, since it has quite unusual sides. Hope, there will be more photos that looks more as description they will have...

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  2. Looks like ancient rocks to me...good imagination

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  3. OK, now THAT is definitely artificial. Not natural formation.
    You dont Need an imagination for logic to take place.

    I think we are looking at ancient ruins for sure.
    The unnatural notch rock with the supposed scrap on top are the best examples.

    ~ VARAKIENEN.

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  4. Sigh!
    Isn't plain old wind erosion amazing?

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    1. It may or may Not be an artifact in this particular case. And it clearly is "some thing". But one thing it is Not, is Wind erosion.

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