Disc crash impact site and Martian crater anomalies

This image was taken by NASA’s Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter (MRO) Context Camera (CTX) on 2010-01-19T13:29:24.120.

NASA describes this image as “Northern mid-latitude crater.”

Case #19: Disc crash impact site and Martian crater anomalies:

I discovered what looks like a disc crash impact site on the Martian Surface. The disc is on longer at the site and may have been removed or left after repairs.

Disc crash impact site B17_016325_2185_XI_38N302W
Disc crash impact site B17_016325_2185_XI_38N302W

This NASA photograph also shows many interesting crater anomalies which I’ll present here.

Martian crater anomaly - one
Martian crater anomaly – one
Martian crater anomaly - two
Martian crater anomaly – two
Martian crater anomaly - three
Martian crater anomaly – three
Martian crater anomaly - four
Martian crater anomaly – four
Martian crater anomaly - five
Martian crater anomaly – five
Martian crater anomaly - six
Martian crater anomaly – six
Martian crater anomaly - seven
Martian crater anomaly – seven
Martian crater anomaly - eight
Martian crater anomaly – eight

Original NASA source: http://viewer.mars.asu.edu/planetview/inst/ctx/B17_016325_2185_XI_38N302W

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

I can only speculate whether a disc actually crashed here. It does look a lot like other similar images posted in various forums and blogs.

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