Alien Body Discovered In NASA Curiosity Rover Photo! UFO Sighting News. Feb 2013.

Date of discovery: February 7, 2013
Location of discovery: John Klein site, Mars
NASA Photo: http://www.nasa.gov/mission_pages/msl/multimedia/pia16567.html

I was looking at a Curiosity Rover photo but the quality of the photo was very low so I enlarged the photo until it was 15.8MB is size. Since the original on the NASA Curiosity Rover site is only 160KB you can see that this would make some serious difference and it sure did. In the upper left hand corner of the photo is an actual fossilised alien that is partially covered in some kind stone. 

You can clearly see the skull area which looks mostly intact and its skin appears to still cover its skull, but its most likely that all original parts have been replaced by minerals which is probably what we are looking at. Its a great preservation of a alien specimen. Look closely and alter the color and you will clearly see the fingers still embedded in the stone. The finger bones stand out nicely. Also lower where you would expect to find legs you find...legs. 

This may be the worlds greatest discovery ever in both palaeontology and archaeology. Notice that NASA conveniently put a measuring ruler below so we can easily determine the correct hight of the alien if it stood on its legs as we do. It would be between 30-35 cm tall or 11-13.7 inches. Makes you think all those stories about little green men from Mars might not be just stories after all but may be based on fact. I hope you like my video below. SCW

NASA Photo: http://www.nasa.gov/mission_pages/msl/multimedia/pia16567.html

1 comment:

  1. You cannot increase the information content of an image simply by enlarging and interpolating. There's no more information contained in the enhanced 15MB (?) version than the original 160K image. And why is the image size growing as you enlarge ? This is bizarre, as most image processing utilities I know of would not wind up expanding the size of the file simply from enlarging...


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