Alien Hunters Spot An Alleged UFO Spaceship Crashed On Mars

Posted: Nov 29 2016, 12:12am CST | by , Updated: Nov 30 2016, 8:18pm CST, in News | Latest Science News

 

Alien Hunters Spot an Alleged UFO Spaceship Crashed on Mars
Credit: YouTube channel 'UFOvni2012
 

A giant 190-meter UFO alien spaceship was spotted in NASA images.

Alien hunters claim to have found more ‘strong’ evidence of extraterrestrial life on Mars.

Using images released by NASA, a Youtube channel has stitched together a video showing a dark-colored structure on Martian surface. The channel claims that the dark structure could be an alien spaceship crashed landed on Mars.

The images were originally taken by NASA’s Mars Global Surveyor while hovering over the Medusa Fossae formation on Mars. The formation is a large geographical unit that stretches nearly 1,000 km along the equator of the planet and is based on soft, easily eroded soil.

“In 2000 the Mars global surveyor captured many images of Medusae Fossae Formation and it was Steve Wingate, a NASA image specialist who discovered a very unusual object half buried in the Martian soil what appears to be a crashed alien craft,” reads one caption on the footage.

“Despite fanatic efforts to make his amazing finding public the image mysteriously disappeared several times, but surprisingly the image released on October 16, 2000 remained on the NASA servers till now.”

The alleged alien spaceship is estimated to be 190 meters wide, which possibly landed on the surface at a soft, low angle. But it could be a rock or other geological formation that resembles spaceship.

This is not the first time when a mysterious object has been spotted on Mars surface. People have trolled through photos taken by NASA’s rovers and spacecrafts in the past and labeled them faces, bones, sculptures, pieces of jewelry and animals. And each time they claim that it’s not just a pareidolia or illusion and government is covering up the evidences of alien existence. The latest one apparently adds to this lengthy list. 

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