Another Face on Mars MkII

This image was taken by NASA’s Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter (MRO) Context Camera (CTX) on 2008-08-17T10:22:09.651.

NASA describes this as an image as “Ride-along with HiRISE.”

I discovered what appears to be another face on Mars. Located on a massive plain just North of Gale Crater the face measures roughly 2.2 km across.

I verified this anomaly and its resemblance to a face by comparing it to other MRO images taken of the area on different dates and it looks the same with sunlight and shadows cast from different angles.

Surrounding the “face” are other monuments such as pyramids and oblong hills; not unlike the scene in the Cydonia region of Mars.

The similarity between this vista and the one at Cydonia is unbelievable … check it out. Might there have been a distant connection between the two monuments?

Another Face on Mars MkII
Another Face on Mars MkII (click for larger image)

Original NASA source: http://viewer.mars.asu.edu/planetview/inst/ctx/P22_009650_1772_XI_02S222W

I used NASA’s image viewer to the left on the NASA page to view these anomalies.

Could I have stumbled across another face on Mars, eroded over thousands or even millions of years?

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