Sure looks like it.
Could this be a Crashed Disc-Shaped Object Spotted Near Ceti Mensa on Mars?
Dec 3, 2021
The photograph analyzed here (PSP_001984_1735) was acquired by NASA’s Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter on 29 December 2006 and is described as ‘Swirls of Rock in Candor Chasma.’
Here I feature an anomaly I discovered at a new site in Ceti Mensa in the region Valles Marineris. The anomaly looks like a disc-shaped object which hit the surface of Mars at a very low angle and left a trench behind it. The disc-shaped object measures approximately 12 to 15 metres in diameter. Apart from removing a few sand dunes to highlight the object I didn’t change anything else in the photograph. To see the anomaly for yourselves please download the original JP2 from the NASA link provided below and download HiVIEW to open the JP2 (the anomaly is right there for anyone to see).
Alternatives: Could this possibly be a ramp leading into an underground entrance or is this an incomplete Project Ice-Worm structure? Or are we seeing a strange arc-shaped dune?
As always, until we get to see these anomalies up close and personal, I can only speculate as to what these objects might be.
My Blog Post featuring: ‘Could this be a Crashed Disc-Shaped Object Spotted Near Ceti Mensa on Mars?:’
Original NASA Source:
Please comment below and let me know what you think.
This is most definitely fantastic!
posted on Dec, 11 2021 @ 01:06 PM
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Here’s a crop of the 658 MB JP2 image, taken at 80% zoom.
As it shows more than the video we can see that:
– the “track” is not completely straight, it makes a slight “S” shape;
– it starts on a raised feature;
– it appears to continue just on the surface to the left of the “UFO”.
An anaglyph (for those with those red/cyan glasses) shows that it’s really a deep “cut” in the ground and that it’s not smooth, as more or less in the middle we can see a slight deviation of the ditch’s walls.
PS: I strongly recommend having a pair of those 3D glasses, these images give us a completely different view of Mars.
(click the images for full size)
One thing I only noticed on the anaglyph was that the “ditch” cuts the small hill just below “south” of it.
In this height map you can get an idea of relative height of the area (click for full size).I marked the area being discussed with a black rectangle.
Location: Behind you
posted on Dec, 11 2021 @ 11:27 AM
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For what it’s worth, here are some views of the site from DEM/Ortho data available on the link I posted above, made in QGIS:
Doesn’t look quite so spaceshippy.
Props to ArMaP and OneBigMonkeyToo!