Walled Structures and Megaliths found in Asimov Crater

This photograph (PSP_003880_1325) was taken by NASA’s Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter (MRO) HiRISE Camera on 25 May 2007.

NASA describes this photograph as “33 Gullies Previously Identified and Fully Described in MOC Image M18-01931.”

Discovered are what look like walls or structures in Asimov Crater. The sides of the building blocks appear to be covered in smooth, white, reflective material like plaster or cement.

There are several huge megalithic blocks scattered about in the gullies.

Top Wall - Left Section
Top Wall – Left Section (click for larger image)
Top Wall - Middle Section
Top Wall – Middle Section (click for larger image)
Top Wall - Right Section
Top Wall – Right Section (click for larger image)
Top Wall - Zoomed in
Top Wall – Zoomed in (click for larger image)
Top Wall - Zoomed in
Top Wall – Zoomed in (click for larger image)
Top Wall - Zoomed in
Top Wall – Zoomed in (click for larger image)
Top Wall - Zoomed in
Top Wall – Zoomed in (click for larger image)
Top Wall - Zoomed in
Top Wall – Zoomed in (click for larger image)
Bottom Wall
Bottom Wall (click for larger image)
Bottom Wall - Left Section Zoomed In
Bottom Wall – Left Section Zoomed In (click for larger image)
Bottom Wall - Middle Section Zoomed In
Bottom Wall – Middle Section Zoomed In (click for larger image)
Bottom Wall - Right Section Zoomed In
Bottom Wall – Right Section Zoomed In (click for larger image)
Rectangular Megalith with three flat straight sides 20 metres tall and 8 metres wide, a smaller rectangular part to the middle right
Rectangular Megalith with three flat straight sides 20 metres tall and 8 metres wide, a smaller rectangular part to the middle right (click for larger image)
Rectangular megalith with flat straight sides 10 metres by 8 metres, a small square has been cut into the bottom right corner
Rectangular megalith with flat straight sides 10 metres by 8 metres, a small square has been cut into the bottom right corner (click for larger image)
Rectangular megalith with flat straight sides 8 metres by 8 metres
Rectangular megalith with flat straight sides 8 metres by 8 metres (click for larger image)
Rectangular megalith with flat straight sides 8 metres by 8 metres with circular disc-like features on top
Rectangular megalith with flat straight sides 8 metres by 8 metres with circular disc-like features on top (click for larger image)
Rectangular megalith with flat straight sides 8 metres by 8 metres with narrow step cut along the top right side
Rectangular megalith with flat straight sides 8 metres by 8 metres with narrow step cut along the top right side (click for larger image)
Rectangular megalith with flat straight sides 3 metres by 5 metres with a long narrow feature on top running past the edge, possibly a pipe?
Rectangular megalith with flat straight sides 3 metres by 5 metres with a long narrow feature on top running past the edge, possibly a pipe? (click for larger image)
Rectangular megalith with two flat straight sides 18 metres by 12 metres, a hole seems to be cut into one corner, the right part seems to be covered in a white, reflective material
Rectangular megalith with two flat straight sides 18 metres by 12 metres, a hole seems to be cut into one corner, the right part seems to be covered in a white, reflective material (click for larger image)
Eroded rectangular megalith or bent metal plat 4 metres by 5 metres with a 'U'-shaped feature on top
Eroded rectangular megalith or bent metal plat 4 metres by 5 metres with a ‘U’-shaped feature on top (click for larger image)
Rectangular megalith or metal plate with straight sides 5 metres by 7 metres with small triangular features on top
Rectangular megalith or metal plate with straight sides 5 metres by 7 metres with small triangular features on top (click for larger image)
Eroded rectangular megalith or smashed destroyed machinery 10 metres by 12 metres with a large hole on the one side
Eroded rectangular megalith or smashed destroyed machinery 10 metres by 12 metres with a large hole on the one side (click for larger image)

I downloaded the HiRise B&W Map-Projected JP2 file’s to view these anomalies.

Original NASA sources: https://www.uahirise.org/PSP_003880_1325

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