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The bizarre things ‘seen’ on Mars in 2015 – seattlepi.com

The bizarre things ‘seen’ on Mars in 2015 – seattlepi.com


There have been some extraordinary systematic feats achieved in 2015 by NASA, JPL, ESA and others …

In other words, there was copiousness of weird, sparkling and ground-breaking scholarship going on in outers space. Nevertheless, a one array of stories that pulled in a superb volume web trade here and elsewhere were … things “seen” on Mars.

And, because not? Amateur … ehem … scientists are doing what a pros do: Using whatever collection during palm to hunt for supernatural life. And, to have a giggle or two.

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Some contend they see a Vacuum cleaner conduct in this print from this Mars Curiosity rover. See it?

Click by to see it in closeup, and afterwards go on by to see a many other objects and creatures “seen” in photos from NASA’s rovers on Mars.

NASA details: This picture was taken by Mastcam: Right (MAST_RIGHT) onboard NASA’s Mars corsair Curiosity on Sol 821 (2014-11-27 20:06:02 UTC).


Photo: NASA


Vacuum cleaner head?


Photo: NASA


Vacuum cleaner head?


Photo: NASA


The face of a Sumerian statue?

Raw print from NASA’s Mars corsair Opportunity’s breathtaking camera on SOL 2139 (Roughy Jan 2010)

The face of a Sumerian statue?

Raw print from NASA’s Mars corsair Opportunity’s breathtaking camera on SOL 2139 (Roughy Jan 2010)


Photo: NASA








Hmmmm … station lizard or Victorian-era lady … or ROSE from a Titanic?

Click on for some-more bizarre images from Mars.

Hmmmm … station lizard or Victorian-era lady … or ROSE from a Titanic?

Click on for some-more bizarre images from Mars.







Mars corsair enthusiasts contend a intent in a circle, that is easy to mark after zooming in, looks like a coffin.

It’s a latest in a array of bizarre objects seen in images sent behind to Earth by a Mars rovers.

Mars corsair enthusiasts contend a intent in a circle, that is easy to mark after zooming in, looks like a coffin.

It’s a latest in a array of bizarre objects seen in images sent behind to Earth by a Mars

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