Date of sighting: March 9, 2017
Location of sighting: Enceladus, Saturn moon
Source NASA photo: http://photojournal.jpl.nasa.gov/jpeg/PIA11135.jpg
This is Enceladus, the sixth largest moon of saturn at 500 km across. The surface is mostly structures, its just difficult to make them out. This is a really big photo and 75% of it has been blurred out. But again, I found a few structures that really stood out. One was a face with a crown, two eyes, nose, mouth and chin. the other is more difficult to describe. It looks like a space ship turned side ways. There is much more in the main photo above still to be found, but this is proof that the entire surface is so covered with structures that it is most likely not a moon at all, but a round space station.
Scott C. Waring