Mars Aliens

Loading...

A-Z Keywords

Gold Princess Crown Drawing
Sandy Mahl Songwriter
Audrey Hepburn Fashion
Underwater Roller Coaster Sandy
Feldspar Structure
Fso Africa
Amethyst Mineral
Jwoww Engagement Ring
Abstract Fall Wallpaper
Humana Building

Keyword Suggestions

mars
marshallplan
marseille
mars battle
marsa alam
marshmello
marsala
marsa alam wetter

Recent searches

Eleanor David
Original Spiderman Symbol
Doctor Who Van Gogh Iphone Wallpaper
Fox Face Clipart
Wyatt Russell Kate Hudson
Cupcake Top Template Printable
Vladimir League Cosplay
Zach Abels Height

Based on orbital observations and the examination of the Martian meteorite collection, the surface of Mars appears to be composed primarily of basalt. Some evidence suggests that a portion of the Martian surface is more silica-rich than typical basalt, and may be similar to andesitic rocks on Earth; these observations may also be explained by silica glass. Much of the surface is deeply covered by finely grained iron(III) oxide dust.[24][25]

The channel is said to have spotted the humanoid in images uploaded online by NASA from the Curiosity Rover droid which is scouring the surface for signs of life - but appeared to have missed it.

Conspiracy theorists think so. Some of these photos -- taken by the Curiosity over the past year and on other missions to Mars -- look a lot like rocks. Some of them look a lot more peculiar, like the "iguana" found earlier this month. All of them are the stuff of Internet legend, and many believe that NASA is hiding something.

Footage of Nasa images, taken by its Curiosity Rover, show the writing on a rock, according to and alien researchers and conspiracy theorists who are convinced it proves there was once an ancient civilisation on Mars, much like those on Earth.

  • Mars
  • Mars
  • Mars
  • Mars
  • Mars
  • Mars
  • Mars
  • Mars
  • Mars
  • Mars
  • Mars
  • Mars
  • Mars
  • Mars
  • Mars
  • Mars
  • Mars
  • Mars
  • Mars
  • Mars
  • Mars
  • Mars
  • Mars
  • Mars
  • Mars
  • Mars
  • Mars
  • Mars
  • Mars
  • Mars
  • Mars
  • Mars
  • Mars
  • Mars
  • Mars
  • Mars
  • Mars
  • Mars
  • Mars
  • Mars
  • Mars
  • Mars