Friday, March 08, 2013

Buzz Aldrin Talks About Alien Building On Mars Moon

TruthSeeker | 1:10 AM |

Just want to start a poll: Press "like" if you do believe on ET existence, comment if you dont, and "share" if you feel Aldrin is a real hero trying to tell us something forbidden...
Why do NASA love to blur out images of many areas on Mars? This article was on on April 2012, but soon removed due to "unknown reason". Decide it by yourself.
Phobos monolithBuzz Aldrin, pictured here in his Apollo space suit
A monolith found on Phobos (l) was described recently by Buzz Aldrin

The monolith appears to be completely rectangular
Amateur stargazers have discovered an intriguing object jutting out from the surface of Mars. The seemingly perfectly rectangular, upright structure, found in NASA images of the Red Planet, bears a striking resemblance to the monoliths planted on Earth and the moon by aliens in the classic sci-fi film "2001: A Space Odyssey."

The object in question was first spotted several years ago after being photographed by the HiRISE camera onboard the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter, a NASA space probe; every so often, it garners renewed interest on the Internet. But is it unnatural — a beacon erected by aliens for mysterious reasons, and even more mysteriously paralleled in the imaginations of Stanley Kubrick and Arthur C. Clarke, creators of "2001"? Or is this rock the work of nature? [Photo ]

According to Jonathon Hill, a research technician and mission planner at the Mars Space Flight Facility at Arizona State University, who processes many of the images taken during NASA's Mars missions, the object in question is no more than a roughly rectangular boulder.

The HiRISE camera that photographed it has a resolution of approximately 1 foot (30 centimeters) per pixel — impressive considering the 180-mile (300-kilometer) altitude from which it photographs the Martian surface, but not quite sharp enough to capture the cragginess of a mid-size boulder. "When your resolution is too low to fully resolve an object, it tends to look rectangular because the pixels in the image are squares. Any curve will look like a series of straight lines if you reduce your resolution enough," Hill told Life's Little Mysteries.
rectangular boulder
The original HiRISE satellite image supplied to Mail Online by the University of Arizona showing a close up of a monolith on Mars

 Mars Monolith
Three images of the monolith (close, closer, closest) as they appeared on the website Lunar Explorer Italia

The location of the boulder at the bottom of a cliff near many other boulders suggests it broke off the cliff and tumbled to its current spot sometime in the distant past, Hill said. Such a perilous location is itself an argument against deliberate placement by aliens: "If I was going to build a monolith somewhere, that's the last place I would put it!" he said. "The debris falling from the cliff would cover it up pretty quickly, on geologic timescales." 

Hill added that the height of the boulder is being exaggerated in the photo by a low sun angle. Photographed when the sun was near the horizon, the boulder casts an especially long shadow.
People, pls feel free to go google mars, to research yourself, to find out the many areas that was blured out for "unknown reasons"... :)

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