Some decidedly weird objects are showing up in the images sent back to Earth by NASA's Curiosity Rover.
And what I am going to show you here has got to be the weirdest so far.
Check it out:
The individual frames in this slide show were sourced from a composite (mosaic) Martian panorama featured on NASA's JPL/CalTech website.
You can view the panorama here:
Now some viewing these images will claim that we are looking at dirt on the camera housing – nothing more – but if that were the case then this 'anomaly' should appear at the same spot within each image's square frame. But as you can see...
...this clearly isn't the case. The object is moving around within the frame which precludes it from being either accumulated dirt or a digital image artefact.
And this is confirmed by the fact that the object appears in some frames but not in others.
The Curiosity Rover shoots panoramic views in pretty much the same way you would when using your digital camera in panorama mode: you take a picture, move the camera, take another picture, move the camera and so on.
This next sequence uses a series of frames that were shot 'in sequence' by Curiosity's telephoto Mastcam.
(This sequence features four frames: two from the left of the frame with our 'object', and one from the right.)
This object appears thirteen times (?) in the original NASA panorama. So what are we looking at here? Thirteen individual objects or a single object that zipped around and photo-bombed thirteen seperate frames as Curiosity's Mastcam slowly panned – both horizontally and vertically – as it compiled this panoramic image?
I think the latter scenario to be the most likely.
And I have a good reason for thinking this.
The individual frames that make up the panorama were shot during Curiosity's two month (October/November, 2012) stop over at a position that the guys at NASA dubbed the 'Rocknest'. That was almost four years ago now.
And our UFO hasn't gone away. It's still out there shadowing Curiosity (Opportunity probably has a 'shadow' drone following it too) as it trundles across the Martian landscape.
This image was captured just a few days ago using the Powellware mobile phone application, which lets you view the latest images from the Mars Rovers in near 'real-time'. The person that captured it states that the object you see here was actually visibly moving when this single frame was downloaded using the application.
It would appear that our Martian probes are – themselves – being probed. NASA knows this, and now you do too.
So I would like to ask you: "What are you going to do about it?"
There are actions you could take that would help move Mankind's developing relationship with our Extraterrestrial Visitors to whole new level. And the first action, I would respectfully suggest, is that you to join The Universal Peace Petition Group on Facebook.
Here's the link to The Universal Peace Petition Group:
https://www.facebook.com/groups/489325787932211/ hope to see you there soon.
I hope to see you there soon.
I hope to see you there soon.
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The author of this work is not claiming, in any way, that NASA – in any way – agrees with, supports, or in any way condones any of the conclusions reached in this article.
Image Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/MSSS
Many thanks to NASA/JPL-Caltech for making this material available.