- A man on Mars? Well, according to these images; a man is actually performing task on NASA’s curiosity Rover. Image credit: NASA
Well call it what you want but um, there is “somebody” fixing NASA’s rover on Mars, and there is evidence of it.
In one of the latest image sent back to Earth, a shadow of a humanoid figure leaning over the rover (Curiosity Rover) to fix it apparently has hit the internet.
Another set of pictures made available by NASA could seem to affirm claims that we are not the only one in the universe. And that there is in fact intelligent life on the red planet. What is even more interesting is the fact that this “person” does not seem to be wearing a protective helmet as “hair” is visible on the persons head. Additionally, it looks like the individual who is repairing NASA’s rover is wearing an air tank on his back and a suit covering the majority of his body.
The set of images was made available to the public and the subject escalated quickly as websites worldwide shared this information to the public conforming the theories that there is actually life on Mars. This information has appeared shortly after Gary McKinnon, believed to be a computer hacker, reportedly got his hands on classified documents that belong to the U.S. government- claiming he has found proof and documents that confirm the existence of extraterrestrial officer on the red planet.
While it is believed that NASA’s curiosity rover is in fact on the red planet, other theorists propose that the rover never actually left Earth and that NASA is actually “cheating” and misinforming the public. Nigel Watson, author of the UFO Investigations Manual, said: ‘This underlines the fact that such things literally lurk in the shadows and play with our imagination.’
On December 2014, instruments of the Curiosity rover allegedly distinguished spikes of methane that researchers accept may have originated from microbes like organic entities on the surface of Mars. The new revelation, reported in the journal Science comes to great surprise to many researchers while backing up theories that the red planet can sustain life and that there is life on Mars at present. The discovery was made by Curiosity’s Tunable Laser Spectrometer that uses light to perform chemical analysis.
The results of the research showed a low background level of methane which spiked 10-fold over a period of just 60 Martian days.
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