June 18, 2013

Three Structures Discovered On Google Mars Map Near "Amazonis Planitia" June 18, 2013.

Date of discovery: June 18, 2013
Location of discovery: Left of Amazonis Planitia, Mars
Method used: Google Mars Map

I was looking over the Google Mars map and came across three structures that I thought were worth mentioning. In the video I use Google ruler to measure the diameter of the structures. They all were between 1-2.5 km across. Perfect size for a base station. It can't be a coincidence that these three structures are so similar in shape and so close to each other. Since the Egyptian pyramids age has been estimated to be between 20,000 to 100,000 (Wikipedia) then I would estimate from their appearance that these structures are about 300,000-500,000 years old at the most. 

To find the three structures, just go to the free Google Earth map (Click Here), download it, then use the button that looks like Saturn at the top of the page, hit it and change to Mars map. Then in the search box type "Amazonis Planitia" and press enter. Once there look to the left of this area to find the structures or put the coordinates below into the search box and it will take you directly to each structure.  SCW

#1 Building at:
 19°56'0.88"N
161°59'47.50"W

#2 building at: 
20° 9'34.34"N
163°15'26.97"W

#3 building at:  
24°16'4.37"N
165°27'51.43"W

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