An Image resembling an Angel has been captured by NASA’s Rover.
As is normal, this is being disputed.
Now this is a mind blowing photo from the Opportunity Rover. It shows a human-like figure that seemingly has wings. Also it’s easy to make out its legs, a toga like robe and two antenna like objects coming from the top of its head. On its left side, its wing seems to have been in motion, because there is a slight blur there from being to fast for the camera to focus. This sits well with my theory that angels on Earth were actuallyancient aliens that have evolved into light beings. If you have doubts about this NASA photo, please click on the link above and see with your own eyes. SCW.
What looks like a Fossilized human Finger and Sandals were found .
Watch the other Video in the first Link and the Photos and judge for yourself.
‘Four objects caught by Mars Curiosity, very difficult to make out on original image so I have used a few filters to highlight,’ he said in the video description. ‘What are these four objects? UFOs, Dust particles, or something else? As always you decide.’
Experts, however, came out saying that the four ‘objects’ are actually just dead pixels in the rover’s CCD camera — single points in the camera’s imager that have lost functionality and register as white.
Marc D’Antonio, a photo and video analyst for MUFON [Mutual UFO Network], told Huffington Post, ‘I fully concur at this point that these are dead pixels on the imager. All CCD (cameras) have them, and in a bland atmosphere like that at Mars, they would be very obvious as opposed to an active atmosphere like Earth, where they could end up hidden for a long time before anyone noticed them.”’
Rover is reported to have found Rat/Rat hole and NASA seems to be keeping quiet as it would of UFOs.
The following image is from NASA. Rat Hole in Mars?
There is speculation that this could be Mouse and that NASA is keeping mum.
This microscopic imager mosaic taken by NASA’s Mars Exploration Rover Opportunity shows the rock dubbed “Diamond Jenness.” It was taken on sol 177 (July 23, 2004) after the rover first ground into the rock with its rock abrasion tool, or “Rat.” The rover later ground into the rock a second time. A sliced spherule, or “blueberry,” is visible in the upper left corner of the hole. Opportunity has bored nearly a dozen holes into the inner walls of “Endurance Crater.” On sols 177 and 178 (July 23 and July 24, 2004), the rover worked double-duty on Diamond Jenness. Surface debris and the bumpy shape of the rock resulted in a shallow and irregular hole, only about 2 millimeters (0.08 inch) deep. The final depth was not enough to remove all the bumps and leave a neat hole with a smooth floor. This extremely shallow depression was then examined by the rover’s alpha particle X-ray spectrometer.
“A friend emailed this in to me today and its really amazing and strange. I guess thats why I love this one so much. Its a cute rodent on Mars. Note it’s lighter color upper and lower eyelids, it’s nose and cheek areas, its ear, its front leg and stomach. Looks similar to a squirrel camouflaged in the stones and sand by its colors. Hey, who doesn’t love squirrels right? That doesn’t look like a squirrel you say? Then have a look at the photo below of similar squirrel in the same position on Earth. This might have been the big historical announcement that NASA was suppose to make, however they decided life on Mars was a secret worth keeping since they don’t want China or Russia to beat America to Mars. So they shut up about it and can take their time to Mars this way. The scientist jumped the gun and told the public about a major historical discovery on Mars…this must be what he was talking about. SCW’
Those in which the outer layer has been eroded contain concentric internal structure.
Small spherical objects fill the field in this mosaic combining four images from the Microscopic Imager on NASA’s Mars Exploration Rover Opportunity. The view covers an area about 2.4 inches (6 centimeters) across, at an outcrop called “Kirkwood” in the Cape York segment of the western rim of Endeavour Crater. The individual spherules are up to about one-eighth inch (3 millimeters) in diameter.
The Microscopic Imager took the component images during the 3,064th Martian day, or sol, of Opportunity’s work on Mars (Sept. 6, 2012). For a color view of the Kirkwood outcrop as Opportunity was approaching it two weeks earlier, see PIA16128 .
Opportunity discovered spherules at its landing site more than eight-and-a-half years earlier. Those spherules were nicknamed “blueberries.” They provided important evidence about long-ago wet environmental conditions on Mars because researchers using Opportunity’s science instruments identified them as concretions rich in the mineral hematite deposited by water saturating the bedrock. A picture of the “blueberries” from the same Microscopic Imager is PIA05564 .
The spherules at Kirkwood do not have the iron-rich composition of the blueberries. They also differ in concentration, distribution and structure. Some of the spherules in this image have been partially eroded away, revealing concentric internal structure. Opportunity’s science team plans to use the rover for further investigation of these spherules to determine what evidence they can provide about ancient Martian environmental conditions.
Image credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/Cornell Univ./ USGS/Modesto Junior College. NASA write up.