Monday, July 21, 2014
Mars One, a private company in the Netherlands has reached out to commercial space companies to help settle Mars. To be funded by the what could be the biggest media event in history - A 'big brother' type show broadcast from Mars.
The Mars Curiosity Rover has captured what appears to be two statues on Mars. One of the statues appears to be that of a goblin or gargoyle the other statue appears to be a head of some sort. Possibly a gray alien head. The statues are placed along a railroad shaped post and there are some sort of circle dents in the rocks behind the statue. Strange indeed.
|Mars Goblin and Statue|
|Mars Goblin and Statue|
|Goblin on Mars|
Thursday, July 17, 2014
Wednesday, July 16, 2014
These are from NASA/JPL Mars Curiosity Raw SOL 640 and 641
From NASA WEBSITE
Curiosity Finds Iron Meteorite on Mars
|This rock encountered by NASA's Curiosity Mars rover is an iron meteorite called "Lebanon," similar in shape and luster to iron meteorites found on Mars by the previous generation of rovers, Spirit and Opportunity. Lebanon is about 2 yards or 2 meters wide (left to right, from this angle). The smaller piece in the foreground is called "Lebanon B." |
This view combines a series of high-resolution circular images taken by the Remote Micro-Imager (RMI) of Curiosity's Chemistry and Camera (ChemCam) instrument with color and context from rover's Mast Camera (Mastcam). The component images were taken during the 640th Martian day, or sol, of Curiosity's work on Mars (May 25, 2014).
The imaging shows angular shaped cavities on the surface of the rock. One possible explanation is that they resulted from preferential erosion along crystalline boundaries within the metal of the rock. Another possibility is that these cavities once contained olivine crystals, which can be found in a rare type of stony-iron meteorites called pallasites, thought to have been formed near the core-mantle boundary within an asteroid.
Iron meteorites are not rare among meteorites found on Earth, but they are less common than stony meteorites. On Mars, iron meteorites dominate the small number of meteorites that have been found. Part of the explanation could come from the resistance of iron meteorites to erosion processes on Mars.
ChemCam is one of 10 instruments in Curiosity's science payload. The U.S. Department of Energy's Los Alamos National Laboratory, in Los Alamos, New Mexico, developed ChemCam in partnership with scientists and engineers funded by the French national space agency (CNES), the University of Toulouse and the French national research agency (CNRS). More information about ChemCam is available at http://www.msl-chemcam.com . The rover's MastCam was built by and is operated by Malin Space Science Systems, San Diego.
Image Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/LANL/CNES/IRAP/LPGNantes/CNRS/IAS/MSSS
Monday, July 14, 2014
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Tuesday, July 1, 2014
Well here is evidence of something strange on Mars. What may you ask? Look closly and you will see the rocks in the background are moving! The rocks! I have seen lots of crazy things on Mars and nothing has had me as confused as these pics do. How can it be? You can find the original photos here and a more in depth description of the anomaly http://www.bookofresearch.com/mars-anomalies.htm Happy UFO hunting!