NASA Probe MRO Spots UFO Crash Site On Mars, Aug 2015, UFO Sighting News.

Date of discovery: August 2015
Location of discovery: Mars
NASA Source: http://photojournal.jpl.nasa.gov/catalog/?IDNumber=PIA19127

The NASA probe MRO took photos this week of this crash site on Mars. At first it looks like a meteor impact, but a meteor would explode and disintegrate with that kind of hit and speed. This object is a crashed UFO. A disk that was damaged and the pilots barely had what it takes to land this craft. As a matter of fact, the passengers and pilots may still be on board, killed from the impact, although the craft seems to have mostly survived.

The long burnt marks along the Mars surface shows the object tried to come in at a horizontal position, like an intelligently made craft. Excellent discovery. I'm sure this object will one day give humans a lot of alien tech when salvaged. 
Scott C. Waring


  1. Unless those technologys & pwr source for the craft was removed purposely by someone or thing for security safety reasons OR to strip out & reinstall the tech in another vessel of the like.


    Ive came to realize is if thats the case then they just may have had destroyed the remaining craft itself so as to not leave any salvagable tech left behind for someone or thing to salvage on mars so it could very well be totaled out completely were destroyin it would be a waste of energy in there large brain capacity points of view.

  2. I think that it could be a satellite from another civilization that has technology like us but just a little bit ahead of us and they were able to send out their satellite earlier and now we have one that has crashed into Mars. I think that the direction of its impact needs to be reversed and see if it came from a straight destination and might lead to where it came from.

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