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Moon artifacts visualized

3D moon visualization with its artifacts

Moon with artifacts

Images from Clementine image browser have some black patches and smudge areas, its clear from leaked photos that those areas have some constructions and anomalies, In this model i tried to show some of them. Artifacts shown in model are just visionary, For fun purpose. Click to open(Flash Required).

USO — Deep Sea UFOs Part 1 of 6

The sightings of UFOs traversing the ocean are not new. On June 18, 1845 according to the Malta Times (Malta is a group of islands in the Mediterranean south of Sicily. A British colony until 1964) “We find the brigantine Victoria some 900 miles east of Adalia, when her crew saw three luminous bodies emerge from the sea into the air. They were visible for ten minutes, flying a half mile from the ship.” There were other witnesses who saw this same UFO phenomena from Adalia, Syria and Malta. The luminous bodies each displayed an apparent diameter larger than the size of the full moon. On March 22, 1870, in the equatorial waters of the Atlantic Ocean, the sailors of the English corvette Lady of the Lake saw a lenticular cloud with a long tail advancing against the wind. This form was visible for an hour, wrote Captain FW Banner in the ship’s log. The drawing by Banner in his log looked extraordinarily like a flying saucer. There are thousands of these reported sightings, many with pictures as well. In addition there are reports of bases off the coast of different countries, such as northern South America; Puerto Rico; Russia; under the North Sea; Scotland; Patagonia Coast, Argentina; Azores Islands, Portugal; Spain; Canaries; Canada; Japan; USA; Dominican Republic; Spitzbergen, Norway; Newfoundland, among others.
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mars rover to mars holst the planets

the popular digital simulation of the mars rover played with Holst’s “mars” from “the planets” “uncanny” is all I have to say
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Alien Technology Found on Mars — Ours! – Discovery News

AlienTechnologyFoundonMars_EarthOriginLook! Down on the ground. See that small speck at the lower left corner on this picture of Mars? It’s alien technology — ours!

NASA’s Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter (MRO) snapped this image of Bonneville Crater, near where Spirit, one of NASA’s two roving geology stations, landed in January 2004. The scene was captured by the MRO’s High Resolution Imaging Science Experiment (HiRISE) camera.

BIG PIC: Orbital Paparazzi Spies on Mars Rover

After six years of studies, Spirit succumbed to the harsh Martian climate, but sister rover Opportunity, located on the opposite side of the planet, is still at work. It will be joined by a new rover in August called Curiosity that will assess the planet’s suitability for life.

In the picture, which was taken on Jan. 29, the rover Spirit’s landing pad is visible southwest of Bonneville Crater. Spirit drove off that three-petal platform to explore a range of hills about two miles to the east.

To see more “alien” technology on Mars (including the Phoenix Mars lander), browse the HiRISE special release.

Image: Bird’s-eye view of Mars from NASA’s Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter. Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/Univ. of Arizona

Look! Down on the ground. See that small speck at the lower left corner on this picture of Mars? It’s alien technology — ours!

NASA’s Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter (MRO) snapped this image of Bonneville Crater, near where Spirit, one of NASA’s two roving geology stations, landed in January 2004. The scene was captured by the MRO’s High Resolution Imaging Science Experiment (HiRISE) camera.

BIG PIC: Orbital Paparazzi Spies on Mars Rover

After six years of studies, Spirit succumbed to the harsh Martian climate, but sister rover Opportunity, located on the opposite side of the planet, is still at work. It will be joined by a new rover in August called Curiosity that will assess the planet’s suitability for life.

In the picture, which was taken on Jan. 29, the rover Spirit’s landing pad is visible southwest of Bonneville Crater. Spirit drove off that three-petal platform to explore a range of hills about two miles to the east.

To see more “alien” technology on Mars (including the Phoenix Mars lander), browse the HiRISE special release.

Image: Bird’s-eye view of Mars from NASA’s Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter. Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/Univ. of Arizona

mars alien – Google News