This Looks Like Animals On Mars In NASA Images
These are apparently sand dunes covered in subliming seasonal frost in Spring (whatever that means lol)? They are also in the polar regions of the planet Mars.
- This is a herd of animals right?
- the thing has a head and a tail.
- Yes it is, but it's on Mars!
We've got the Raw official image from the horse's mouth so to speak and that's NASA JPL. Mars is so interesting nowadays and many people are coming round to the notion that Mars used to be a place of life, culture and society.
People are starting to think and believe through rational common sense that there was once a civilisation on Mars which annihilated itself through nuclear or another unnatural apocalyptic event? It just makes complete sense after all the stuff which has been discovered there.
It seems right because of all the strange things discovered on Mars and all have been discovered through NASA's very own images and other interested parties with satellites and other imaging devices all aimed at Mars?
There are many things like shoes, fossilised animals, guns, lizards, people and soldiers. Seriously just type in Mars anomalies and Mars structures and you'll be inundated with extremely amazing anomalies.
It really looks like there are larger animals at the front of this pack and could even be a family inside of a larger pack or herd of animals on Mars searching for nutrition or some other form of sustenance? This seems legit to me.
For what seems like there was nothing there when NASA focused it's telescopes on to its surface all them years ago. But for the fact they are there now, we can see UFOs, tornadoes, weather, ice and again all the very, very bizarre things that shouldn't be there. Life on Mars, oh for sure.
Guys it's all about opinions and everyone has got one. That's not that doesn't mean that they're worth nothing or shouldn't be taken to seriously because it';s actually the opposite. It means that more people are educated and more and more people can understand alternative media. it's all good and it means that when disclosure is eventually announced it means people will be able to understand it more easier.
Here is the official writing which accompanies this image:
17 August 2004.
This July 2004 Mars Global Surveyor (MGS) Mars Orbiter Camera (MOC) image shows a group of aligned barchan sand dunes in the martian north polar region. At the time, the dunes were covered with seasonal frost, but the frost had begun to sublime away, leaving dark spots and dark outlines around the dunes. The surrounding plains exhibit small, diffuse spots that are also the result of subliming seasonal frost. This northern spring image, acquired on a descending ground track (as MGS was moving north to south on the "night" side of Mars) is located near 78.8°N, 34.8°W. The image covers an area about 3 km (1.9 mi) across and sunlight illuminates the scene from the upper left.
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Image Details Mission: Mars Global Surveyor (MGS)
Spacecraft: Mars Global Surveyor Orbiter
Instrument: Mars Orbiter Camera (MOC)
Full-Res TIFF: PIA06809.tif
Full-Res JPG: PIA06809.jpg
Image credit: NASA/JPL/Malin Space Science Systems
Source Raw Image NASA JPL.
Source Aligned Defrosting Dunes NASA JPL.
Well, I had a few problems with this, so I just has to go to talk to my contact at Area 51, who I can only refer to as “DARK” – for obvious reasons…
ME: This “sheep on MARS thing – if true, judging by the scale on the image from NASA – if the field given is “The image covers an area about 3 km (1.9 mi) across and sunlight illuminates the scene from the upper left”, then, measuring the total image width (“across”), I get 210 cm on my screen. Measuring the length of just one of the “animals”, I get 13 cm. WOW!!!! – calculating that out, that is one big-assed sheep – I estimate about 60 meters length (Actually, I said “about 67 yards” – he’s American after all, no point in confusing him)
DARK: Oh yeah, they are big-assed MFs – that’s why we’ve got a McDonald’s on Mars”
ME: “A McDonalds on Mars?”
Yeah; for all the peop…
"This northern spring image, acquired on a descending ground track (as MGS was moving north to south on the "night" side of Mars) is located near 78.8°N, 34.8°W. The image covers an area about 3 km (1.9 mi) across and sunlight illuminates the scene from the upper left."
As the image covers 1.9 miles (just over 10,000 feet) that would make each one of those 'animals' almost 600' long. Impressive sheep they have on Mars.