Flying UFO Crashed on Mars- NASA shared Photos, Take a Look

Have you seen the photograph of what looks like a flying saucer that skidded across the surface of Mars before embedding itself in a pile of dirt? You haven’t? Take a look at it here while we point out that it has been making the rounds for the past few days under headlines like “Pretty Convincing Footage Of A UFO Crash On Mars,” “Mars orbiter image shows a crashed flying saucer…. or something else entirely” and “Could this be a Crashed Disc-Shaped Object Spotted Near Ceti Mensa on Mars?” That last one is from the YouTube video of Jean Ward, a system administrator and website developer whose hobbies include “Mars anomaly hunting.” It’s that hobby that gave him a bit of notoriety on the Internet when he posted his analysis of a photo taken in 2006 by NASA’s Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter.

Original Photo Shared By NASA


Try if you can find the crashed flying saucer in above picture.

“This image shows spectacular layers exposed on the bottom of Candor Chasma, a large canyon in the Valles Marineris system.”

That’s the official NASA description of the photo taken by the HiRISE (High Resolution Imaging Science Experiment) camera on the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter on December 29, 2006. (You can see many versions of it here, including one with an arrow pointing to the “saucer” location.) NASA called it the “Swirls of Rock in Candor Chasma” because of the intricate swirls of sand- and dust-sized particles approximately 4 kilometers below the rim of one of the largest canyons on Mars. That was impressive enough for NASA, but Jean Ward is one of those people with time, interest and magnifying software, and when he started digitally digging into the swirls of Candor Chasma, he found something he believes resembles a crashed flying saucer.

“The anomaly looks like a disc-shaped object which hit the surface of Mars at a very low angle and left a trench behind it. The disc-shaped object measures approximately 12 to 15 metres in diameter.”

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