Date of discovery: Aug 2016, but taken March 28, 2018
Location of discovery: Opportunity Rover Archive, Sol 2135
Source photo: http://areo.info/mer/opportunity/2135/
I found this photo of the Mars moon Phobos and its very unusual. I only enhanced its natural color and found that its pink on its left, silver at its center, and green on its right. Its a metallic surface! Its actually ingenious, but NASA used the micro imager to take a distant view of the moon...using it like a telescope. I have seen them do this a few times with distance mars structures, but never a moon. This is the natural color and shape of Phobos. What NASA normally shows us is a fake brown soil color egg shaped moon, which is not what we are seeing here. Obviously NASA has lied about it and I believe its because Phobos is not a moon, but a hollow space station.
ESA illustration above.
I remember a ESA report from 2013 that stated that Phobos was hollow and they even had an illustration of its interior. The stated, "We conclude that the interior of Phobos likely contains large voids,” states the ESA report. This explains why its orbit is mathematically impossible and why astronomers say its not a natural moon, or a captured moon, but an alien ship that put itself in orbit to protect Mars...and looking at the surface of Mars...its seems to have failed. In 1989, Russia sent a satellite to inspect Phobos...it made it all the way there, and took its first photo, which captured a long UFO right below Phobos...then all went black. The Russian satellite was totally obliterated from existence. One photo made it back...nothing more. Click here to view that photo of the UFO near Phobos. This is an old well known fact among UFO researchers...Phobos was intelligently made, but for what purpose? To monitor possible threats to Mars, or from Mars? Or to house survivors of the Mars war or solar explosion that destroyed Mars? Does it really matter? The fact is...Phobos is an alien made space ship. Lets get it...we sure as hell could use it to get off this planet.
Scott C. Waring