Asteroid Eros Has An Alien Structure On It's Surface
The comet Eros has a real anomaly on it's surface. There is what seem's to be an intelligently made machine just sat there? This is one of the best findings that the Human race has ever found in space because there is no way that this is a natural object? It doesn't fit in with it's surroundings at all! It's a totally different colour and it is the biggest thing on Eros as far as I can tell?
Image Credit: NASA/JPL/JHUAPL Image Addition Date: 2000-06-10
This is the 433 Eros object which is a definite candidate for the strangest object in the Universe? It look's like it was intelligently planned, masterfully created and placed in it's now resting place? To me this cements my firm belief that Aliens are real and not only here on the Planet Earth but also throughout the Universe in alsorts of different sizes, shapes and colours?
I mean, just look at it?
The one thing you cannot deny is that this is a strange looking object? Does this "433 Eros object" need further studying? You bet it does! Are "they" and I mean NASA, already observing and planning on going in for a further look see, you bet they are? It would be a great technology coop if it turn's out to be Alien in origin like a machine which has lot's and lot's of Alien technology on it or inside of it? It is like nothing else I've ever seen off this planet that is for sure?
Here's what text it comes with on the actual NASA website:
This image of Eros, taken from the NEAR Shoemaker spacecraft on May 1, 2000, is among the first to be returned from "low orbit." Between May and August, the spacecraft will orbit at altitudes near 50 kilometres (31 miles) or less. This will be the prime period of activity for some of the spacecraft's science instruments.
The X-ray / gamma-ray spectrometer will build up maps of chemical abundances, while the laser rangefinder measures the shape of Eros to within meters (a few feet). At the same time the magnetometer will watch for indications of Eros' magnetic field and the near-infrared spectrometer will map rock types. The imager will take pictures of the entire surface of Eros that capture features as small as 4 meters (13 feet) across.
The eccentric asteroid was discovered by German astronomer Carl Gustav Witt at the Berlin Urania Observatory on 13 August 1898, and later named after Eros, a god from Greek mythology.
This particular image, taken from an orbital altitude of 53 kilometres (33 miles), shows a scene about 1.8 kilometres (1.1 miles) across. Numerous craters and boulders as small as 8 meters (26 feet) across dot the landscape. The large, rectangular boulder at the upper right is 45 meters (148 feet) across. Built and managed by The Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory, Laurel, Maryland, NEAR was the first spacecraft launched in NASA's Discovery Program of low-cost, small-scale planetary missions. See the NEAR web page at http://near.jhuapl.edu/ for more details. So instead of varying the content of this video I'm just going to analyse the one Moon anomaly which is this one.
Image Credit: NASA/JPL/JHUAPL
Image Addition Date: 2000-06-10
This look's like a cannon or a gun of some sorts? It doesn't fit in with the surroundings as it's a different colour for one? It could even be a laser weapon linked in with more as yet unknown weapons throughout space?
There is no doubt in my mind though that this is of Alien origins because we never put it there and neither did nature!
It could be a remotely controlled telescope? It could be a trip beam which activates once something moves inside of it's field of view?
It even look's like it could be made of metals?
It could be a mineral detector or a communications relay centre?
It could be a tank? It could be a spaceship which has come to rest where it is?
There is a million and one things that this could be but I like the communications centre more? But then again it could be the telescope theory? There's just so many things that this could be that even that in itself leads me to believe even more that this is of Alien in origins!
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