NASA Labels UFO As Dust Devil On Mars. Nice Try NASA, March 2012 News.

Date of sighting: March 7, 2012
Location of sighting: Mars
NASA link: http://www.jpl.nasa.gov/spaceimages/details.php?id=pia15116 

NASA claims to have captured a photo of a dust devil on the surface of mars. Its happened before but this time its not a red/brown dust devel as others found have been…its WHITE! I have seen this before in some Apollo photo (Panaramics-over 50!). This Mars UFO and the one in the Apollo 16 photos looks very similar. Look at the above photo and compare it to below photo…please look at the video I made. SCW

These are just a few of the many photos with this same UFO.
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While exploring NASA's image atlas for the Apollo 16 mission, I came across many images that have a glowing white cloud UFO on the far left of the panoramic image. At first I was skeptical and took a closer look at the craft noting that the shape of the UFO changed shape several times. It is unknown if the cloud is a cloak for the craft or the cloud is the craft, but one thing is for sure, it moves fast and matched the speed of the Apollo module. This UFO was clearly following and monitoring the Apollo 16 module as it flew in orbit around the moon taking photos. Please notice that the UFO moves from the top of the photo and matches its speed with the Apollo module then at about 450 photos it begins to fall behind, apparently realizing that the Apollo craft was no threat. Also there were about 40-45 images that had a 100% focused cloud in its location and each of these images are slightly different than the next, not to mention that the lunar surface below the UFO changes in each photo the Apollo 16 module took. I took all 458 still images and put them in movie format with each showing once per second. The movie starts with a close up of the UFO and then half way through shows the UFO in the full NASA panoramic photos. So the similarities to the Mars UFO seem to show it is a ship. SCW

Source: NASA Archive: http://www.lpi.usra.edu/resources/apollo/catalog/pan/revolution/?AS16R28Ca   http://www.lpi.usra.edu/resources/apollo/catalog/pan/revolution/?AS16R39Ca http://www.lpi.usra.edu/resources/apollo/catalog/pan/revolution/?AS16R38Ca