Circle Artifact & More Imaged By NASA's Curiosity Rover, Sept 2014, UFO Sighting News.

Date of discovery: Sept 2014
Location of discovery: Mars
Photo: Sol 735
NASA source: http://mars.jpl.nasa.gov/msl-raw-images/msss/00735/mcam/0735ML0031520060205294E01_DXXX.jpg

Whatsupinthesky37 of youtube states:
SOL 735 is turning out to be some of the best images of Anomalies that we have from the rover. With this comes a lot of the "blinds" and "blurring" effects on these images but although they are blurry they can be made out! I have been getting emails and messages bout these for the last week. I will be doing a lot more from this day. Let me know what you think this circle thing is! Looks almost like a downed ship or equipment that moved along the ground. Your guess is as good as mine! I see what I see and you see what you see! 


  1. scott ... hello really nice to be able to post by any chance can u answer a big question I have .I wanna know why I am unable to find any ufo no matter how hard I try I live in Canada and so far I heard of no one reporting a ufo in Canada .when u go on google earth and look up the locations on ufo reporting's their is none in Canada but weirdly they have reports in the U.K I wanna know the best time to find one I heard sun sets are the best time and as jets fly by to look around the chemi trail would be so much help thank u very much !?!?

    1. Sunset is best, also locations where a lot of people gather, they are curious and can record human thoughts from several km away. You need a great view...where I am there is nothing but 10-20 floor building blocking my view. Mostly, keep your eye out for things that look like they don't be log there. Keep a camera on you and keep looking up where ever you are. You will notice something. I promise, but be patient.

  2. very impressive find. it appears to me that "something" decimated the surface of mars at some point in time. yet there appear to be buildings on the planet as well. i'm sure nasa is trying to piece together the history book.

  3. reminds me of the Antikythera mechanism


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