The Image says it all.
In what is believed to be a Thigh Bone in Mars by Curiosity over has kindled the interest in Alien Life.
This is the image.
For keen alien hunters, the image above – taken by the rover’s MastCam on August 14 – is proof that large animals once roamed Mars, possibly even dinosaurs.
“Simply put this shows that there were some living things on the Mars (sic),” asserts an anonymous editorial writer atNorthern Voices Online, while the popular site UFO Blogger compares the find to previous images of a “fossilized, reptilian spine” and a “human finger”.
The regularity of these ‘finds’ is of course testament not to the once-flourishing wildlife of Mars, but to the human brain’s remarkable capacity to spot patterns in random noise.
This was a handy trait for our ancestors when identifying a potential predator among the primeval foliage, but in modern times it’s more likely to lead only to those little ‘huh’ moments when we spot a face in some inanimate object.
Of course, there is some truth to conspiracy theorists’ hopes of life on Mars, with scientists pointing out last year that the asteroid impact that killed of the dinosaurs could have flung rocks carrying organic matter to the red planet some 66 million years ago.
his son Narasimha Pallava.( 7 and 8th Century AD)
There are some interesting features that need explanation as they bear a striking resemblance to our conceptions of Space Travel,UFO and Aliens.
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He got his daughters married to the Seven Sages and in one instance had Lord Shiva as his son in law.
Hindus have identified the hand of Prajapati in a Stellar Constellation.
“As these stars were utilized by the Arabs in forming their exaggerated Asad (lion), so also were they by the Hindus in the immense Praja-pati, of which they marked the hand, — this title being duplicated for Orion, and much better known for that constellation. The head of the figure was marked by Citra, our Spica, and the thighs by the two Vicakhas, alpha and beta Libra; while the Anuradhas, delta, and pi Scorpio, formed Praja-pati’s standing-place. Incongruously enough, they considered Nishtya, or Svati, — our star Arcturus, — as the heart; but as this was far out of the proper place for that organ, Professor Whitney substituted iota, kappa, and lambda Virginis of the manzil and sieu.”
Fixed stars in CorvusFixed StarLong 1900Long 2000Decl 2000Lat 2000RASp. Cl.MagGienah (CRV) Gamma09LIB2010LIB44-17.31-14.2912h15mB82.8Minkar Epsilon10LIB1711LIB40-22.36-19.4012h10mK33.2Alchita Alpha10LIB5112LIB15-24.44-21.4412h08mF24.2Algorab Delta12LIB0413LIB27-16.31-12.1112h29mA03.1Kraz Beta15LIB5817LIB22-23.22-18.0212h34mG42.8
It is Lord Vishnu‘s footprint in the sky.
The foot print of Lord Vishnu is found in Gaya and some other places as well.
The footprint of Vishnu is a streaming scattered group of Stars int he Milky-way Galaxy.
Here it is.
Altair. In the great astrological tradition of India, Altair represents the footprints of Vishnu, preserver and protector of the Universe.
Altair (Alpha Aquilae, Alpha Aql, α Aquilae, α Aql, Atair) is the brightest star in the constellation Aquila and the twelfth brightest starin the night sky. It is currently in the G-cloud. Altair is an A-type main sequence star with an apparent visual magnitude of 0.77 and is one of the vertices of the Summer Triangle (the other two vertices are marked by Deneb and Vega).
Altair rotates rapidly, with a velocity at the equator of approximately 286 km/s.[nb 3] A study with the Palomar Testbed Interferometer revealed that Altair is not spherical, but is flattened at the poles due to its high rate of rotation. Otherinterferometric studies with multiple telescopes, operating in the infrared, have imaged and confirmed this phenomenon.(wiki)
In classical mythology Aquila, and by extension Altair as well, was an eagle favored by Zeus. He played a part in numerous myths, including the abduction of Ganymede in which a young boy (Ganymede) is carried off to Mount Olympus on Zeus’ command to become the cupbearer to the gods. In another myth Aquila is the eagle that torments Prometheus, and is shot with a poisoned arrow by Hercules.
In India, Altair with its two flanking stars, Beta and Gamma (Tarazed and Alshain), are sometimes thought to be the celestial footprints of the god Vishnu.
Altair is separated from the similar-looking (but brighter) star Vega in the constellation Lyra by the great starlit band of the Milky Way. In Asia, this hazy band across our sky is known as the Celestial River. One story common in China, Japan and Korea a young herdsman (Altair) who falls in love with a celestial princess (Vega), who weaves the fabric of heaven. The princess became so enamored of the herdsman that she neglects her weaving duties. This acts enrages the princess’s father, the Celestial Emperor, who decrees that the herdsman must stay away from his daughter, on the opposite side of the River. The Emperor finally listened to the princess’s pleas, however, and allowed the herdsman to cross the Celestial River once per year, on the seventh day of the seventh month.
Altair is only 16.8 light-years away from Earth, making it one of our nearer stellar neighbors. At least two features of the star Altair make it distinctive.
First, Altair rotates rapidly. This star requires only about 10 hours to spin once on its axis, in contrast to 24 hours for our Earth to spin or roughly a month for our sun. In other words, this mighty star spins on its axis more rapidly than Earth! This rapid rotation tends to flatten the star a bit, much as a pizza crust flattens as it spins. Estimates are roughly that Altair’s flattening is about 14 percent. The sun also is an oblate spheroid, although its flattening is difficult to measure due to the low rotation rate.