Bright Blue Object Captured on Mars

This photograph (ESP_025752_1395) was taken by NASA’s Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter (MRO) HiRISE Camera on 24 January 2012.

NASA describes this photograph as “Reull Vallis.”

Case #32: Bright Blue Object Captured on Mars:

I discovered a bright blue light/object in a crevasse on Mars. It appears saucer-shaped and self-illuminating. None of the surrounding boulders have the same shape or colour.

Bright Blue Object Captured on Mars
Bright Blue Object Captured on Mars (click for larger image)

Some of my YouTube Channel viewers and Todd, Site Administrator at whatsupinthesky.com, suggested that the blue spot was probably an anomaly in the HiRISE camera caused by a cosmic ray strike on the L-7 blue filter. I consequently downloaded the B&W Mapped-Projected JP2 (I originally spotted the anomaly in the Merged RGB Map-Projected JP2) and the anomaly is not present. So the “Blue Object” theory is debunked.

Bright Blue Object Captured on Mars: Debunked
Bright Blue Object Captured on Mars: Debunked (click for larger image)

I also discovered what looks like mechanical debris, e.g. wing with a rectangular engine mounted to it, an oblong bulge and something darker draping the top, as well as a multi-sided pyramid and strange oval 3-d oval crater anomaly.

Mechanical Debris
Mechanical Debris (click for larger image)
Mechanical Debris - Higher-resolution
Mechanical Debris – Higher-resolution (click for larger image)

The white object is approximately 7 metres long, 3 metres wide and 50 cm thick.

Mechanical Debris - Higher-resolution (shadow detail)
Mechanical Debris – Higher-resolution (shadow detail)
Bright Blue Object Captured on Mars: Pyramid
Bright Blue Object Captured on Mars: Pyramid (click for larger image)
Bright Blue Object Captured on Mars: Oval crater anomaly
Bright Blue Object Captured on Mars: Oval crater anomaly (click for larger image)

Original NASA source: https://www.uahirise.org/ESP_025752_1395

Could these anomalies, specifically the bright blue light/object and “wing with rectangular engine” be artifical in nature?

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