Date of discovery: Feb 2, 2017
Location of discovery: Eros, asteroid
Source photo: http://photojournal.jpl.nasa.gov/jpeg/PIA02467.jpg
Download these photos: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/x1aclmk9s692rv5/AACYSVm3avRbHtrJnvH1EzRTa?dl=0
This is a structure on an astroid called Eros. Eros is famous for having been the first asteroid to have been orbited by a spacecraft. And looking at these photos, you can see why. You see, NASA always makes moves for a reason. They don't guess...they have data that they rely on and now we know why they went to visit Eros. They wanted to get some intel on the the structures there. I am wondering if they had found a signal coming from this asteroid, something unnatural that pushed them to do this mission. How did they know these structures were on it? I guess they will never say.
I included the photos here, because some have requested them, so I included it today and will try also in the future.
Scott C. Waring
Also at one end of Eros is a face (below).