This photograph (ESP_028957_2085) was taken by NASA’s Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter (MRO) HiRISE Camera on 29 September 2012.
NASA describes this photograph as “Eye of the Beholder.”
There are so many Mars anomalies in the photograph I call this video ‘Stranger Things.’
I discovered stone blocks arranged in a ‘Stonehenge’ type of structure, massive square stone blocks, an arena or boma with an entrance way, maybe an eroded pyramid and possibly vehicles leaving tracks in the Martian surface.
I downloaded the HiRise Merged RGB Map-Projected JP2 file to view these anomalies.
Could these be natural anomalies or is there some intelligent design present? Are those vehicles or boulders that left tracks on the surface? There don’t seem to be any steep hills in the area that they could have rolled down from.
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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?
Highlighted in this Curiosity rover image are just a few of the more interesting pieces I’ve selected. You’ll see what looks like pieces of broken ancient statues. Starting left working around in clockwise direction, the first piece looks like a piece of a broken clay jar, then a head of a statue that looks like a fish head followed by a piece with what looks like flanges on both sides and finally a block with a partial spiral cut into it.
I’ve zoomed into the piece that looks like a head of a fish like statue. You will notice the upper and lower part of the mouth, a dimple where the two pieces of the mouth join, an eye to the upper right of the top mouth piece and perhaps nostril type holes located bottom right of the upper mouth piece.
There are many other pieces which I have not covered here; I encourage you to download the original, larger image file and do some anomaly hunting of your own.