October 12, 2014

Cross in Circle Found On Mars By Opportunity NASA, Oct 2014, UFO Sighting News.


Date of photos:  7-12-2014 at 10:23 UTC
Mars Rover Name: Opportunity 
Location of discovery: Mars
Camera: Microscopic imager
Photo ID: Sol 3720 (5 photos)
NASA Source:
http://mars.jpl.nasa.gov/mer/gallery/all/opportunity_m3720_text.html

This unique formation was captured by the microscopic imager camera on the Opprotunity Rover. This little rover has out survived its mission and continued to do scientific research across Mars traveling a total of over 40km (25 miles). 

This microscopic image of a cross inside of a circle is unusual to say the least. It can be only one of three possible things. 

1st a tiny fossil creature. 
2nd a unique crystal formation. 
3rd micro technology

It may be a fossil of a micro creature, but the ring around it makes it unlikely. It has very few similarities to crystal, but again the ring causes me to rule that one out, however micro technology might be the most likely. Ancient tech, especially small would be very useful to regulate plants, animals and other ecosystems to create a controlled environment. Sure Mars is dry and barren, however NASA Chief Charles Bolden said in the UK this week that "Mars did have life on it and may still. Ancient micro tech would explain such an advanced world, far beyond our own. SCW

36 comments:

  1. If you look at SOL3727
    http://mars.jpl.nasa.gov/mer/gallery/all/1/m/3727/1M459060511EFFCF00P2975M2M1.HTML
    It looks like there is a flat circular depression (almost takes up whole image) that resembles something pressed into soft soil - like a landing pad?

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  2. nice find, total match on those crosses; truly amazing.

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  3. When I blew up the pic I could clearly see that the small circle containing the Maltese cross type object was actually part of a larger circle, making it resemble a 'wheel like' object.

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  4. Does anyone else see the letter T on upper right of object? I can also make out the letter B on the upper left? any thoughts??

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  5. To me it looks like the cross and circle image was pressed down into the soil. To the left of the cross you see a slightly curved line. The soil to the left if this line is not compacted - to the right the soil is compacted leaving the cross image. Any thoughts?

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  6. Sorry to dissapoint you folks, but what you are looking at is nothing more than the imprint of a phillips screw head made in the soil by part of the rover's instrumentation.

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  7. Looks like a screw head to me.

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  8. I see the larger circle surrounding the circle with the cross, did you see to parallel line running at the 0ne o'clock position to the larger circle, almost appeared to be ending in a fist, wrapped around the larger circle.

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  9. Look to its left. Looks like an instep. Looks just like the imprints left by the boots of my waders. How big is it?

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  10. This is no big deal. Just ask Miss Thorb's, the substitute teacher from Mars who is now the focus of an Indiegogo campaign: OurTeacherIsACreature.com. By the way, while she's debunking all this rubbish, you can help her launch the first children's book into space. No joke. Check it out. Before the coming invasion.

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  11. DEBUNKED!
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    Sol 3720 (July 11, 2014), collected a Microscopic Image mosaic of the surface target 'Trebia,' followed by an overnight contact integration measurement performed by the Alpha Particle X-ray Spectrometer (APXS). On the next sol (Sol 2721; July 12, 2014), the rover drove (the 'go') over 213 feet (65 meters) with mid-drive imaging. Opportunity will collect an atmospheric argon measurement with the APXS on the evening of Sol 3725 (July 17, 2014). The rover is in good health and operations are nominal.

    Curved edge to left of feature matches that of inner rim of Contact inner rim of APXS unit.
    Cross feature plus outer slightly raised rim matches Philips screw head in rim attachment of spectrometer.
    The rover deployed her arm and spectrometer (which made contact with surface and remained until next day) on that very Sol.

    SOURCE: http://keithlaney.net/SMF/index.php?topic=15611.0#msg174830

    You guys need to do ur home work before spreading such nonsense...
    AJ
    SecretPlanets

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  12. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lnI_GRswKSA

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  13. What evidence is there that this is not the impression of a phillips head screw?

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  14. Isn't this likely just an imprint of one of the rovers instruments?

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  15. It looks like an impression left by a phillips head screw... possibly from the rover itself.

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  16. That settles it, the Irish discovered Mars first!

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  17. It is an imprint in loose soil that has clearly been disturbed. Odds are, it is an imprint from the rover, nothing more.

    Impressive at first glance but it is not carved in solid rock.

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  18. reminds me of the Antikythera Artifact

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  19. X Marks the spot! Quick! Shovel! Eye patch! Parrot!

    I am curious on this piratey journey, if a pirate was gay, would being in search of booty have an entirely different meaning?

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  20. I think yall are looking to close, there is a outer ring as well, I think it looks more like a Hatch Wheel. Like you see leading into airlocked doors.

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  21. Absolutely looks like a hatch wheel, google it.

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  22. This small circle is connected with arm and is near big circle which is left from this small Maltese cross.

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  23. Looking at the actual nasa photos, it is clear that this is a depression made in soft dirt. the little ridge of dirt above and left of the cross is more elevated. this is caused by a heavy object with that design on the bottom of it that depressed the soli.

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  24. Interestingly enough, the symbol reminds me of an overhead view of a jellyfish... http://m.wkow.com/w/main/story/121637692/#

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  25. This PROVES life has been on Mars. No debate! No way this could be nature. So people HAVE TO GET TO MARS, if for n o other reason than to retrieve this object!.

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  26. Does the microscopic imager pick up samples? and what's the magnification on that image?

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  27. Unfortunately it's just the imprint of a screw head from the alpha xray spectrometer. Shame though as it would be a huge find.

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  28. http://mars.jpl.nasa.gov/mer/gallery/all/1/m/654/1M186244742EFF64KCP2977M1M1.JPG

    watch this!!!

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  29. It certainly is an unusual find, if you follow the image up and right it looks like it is attached to a handle of sorts. I wonder what the guys at JPL made of it.

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  30. This is my effort to explain the cross imprint
    Some people suggest that the rovers spectrometer's screw-heads was pressed in the soil just before the photograph was taken.
    To verify / disprove this theory I did the following;
    I found a picture of the spectrometer.
    Using Photoshop I re-sized the spectrometer picture to match the size of the imprint.
    Then I over-layed this picture over the mars picture and found it to be the most likely answer.

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  31. Looks like a piece of the Antikythera mechanism. Crazy!

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  32. This is an imprint of a screwhead.

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  33. This is an imprint of a screwhead

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  34. This is a Photoshop - and not from an unedited official NASA image. Get a grip.

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  35. It is not Photoshop. Image is sure in NASA archive:
    http://mars.jpl.nasa.gov/mer/gallery/all/1/m/3720/1M458433044EFFCEQKP2955M2M1.JPG

    It's stamp of screw on X-spectrometer (or second similar spectrometer) hull. Spectrometer is a part of robotic arm.

    Look here fot it's shape:
    http://mars.nasa.gov/mer/gallery/press/spirit/20040120a/APXS_Lab_front_oblique-A17R1_br.jpg

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