March 13, 2013

Mars Anomalies: Strange Rocks, Fossils, Artefacts - Mar 14, 2013

An analysis of a rock sample collected by NASA's Curiosity rover shows ancient Mars could have supported living microbes.

Scientists identified sulfur, nitrogen, hydrogen, oxygen, phosphorus and carbon -- some of the key chemical ingredients for life -- in the powder Curiosity drilled out of a sedimentary rock near an ancient stream bed in Gale Crater on the Red Planet last month.

"A fundamental question for this mission is whether Mars could have supported a habitable environment," said Michael Meyer, lead scientist for NASA's Mars Exploration Program at the agency's headquarters in Washington. "From what we know now, the answer is yes." Read more

That ancient Mars could have supported not only living microbes, after analyzing many images taken by the curiosity it seems clear that Mars has been inhabited by ancient civilizations and animals and to this day there is still life on Mars.

Here are several new photographs taken by Curiosity: Strange rocks, fossils, anomalies, artefacts and more... See also our older articles Mars Anomalies



















4 comments:

  1. A COUPLE OF THESE HAVE MERIT.
    The rest are Rocks fer Gawd sake.
    That tail thing sticking out of the dirt looks scaled, organic.

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  2. Mostly rocks here showing some good shapes.

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  3. It is funny that some of the pointed out anomalies are beside other unusual looking pattern designed objects that are not pointed out. It is too short sighted to believe we are the only life in the universe. However more than a lot would not believe even if a tractor trailer truck backed into view of the rovers cameras..They would still say it a rock. Over time There have been image after image of what appears to be evidence of intelligently designed looking objects,hued artifacts etc..Questions should be where? how? and why? Then ask with all the diversity and favorable looking places for life why do they always send the probes to a barren desert?

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