Dark Disk Observing NASA Rover On Photo Taken Dec 4, 2015, UFO Sighting News.

Date of sighting: December 5, 2015
Location of sighting: Mars
Camera: Rear Hazcam, Sol 1183, Dec 4, 2015, 16:14:46 UTC, left B

This is a UFO from the most recent photos from Curiosity rover this week. It has a dark disk and is not an anomaly stuck to the lens. I checked other photos from the same camera and it is not there, therefore its not on the lens. It is flying in a horizontal position and observing the rover from a distance. 
Scott C. Waring


  1. Did they take that off their site?

  2. Awesome find! I cannot wait for you to post the faces from the high res Pluto photos. I counted at least five, but I can't highlight them like you do.

  3. Never mind the disc what about the row of oblong looking structures on the surface? What are they?

  4. Fascinating! That is certainly not a lens flare or a smudge or any other manner of explanations.

  5. There making sure that the SSP staff, & rover stay in there restricted & designated areas as accordance to a treaty made w/ the existing EBE martian host thats in control there or simply pay the cost via there advanced & incredibly weaponized martian UFO drone sys's is all imo...

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    1. Never!
      Maybe some kind of dirt or dust, but it hasn´t the characteristics of pixel errors or something like that.

  7. How come "the object" shows up only on the left camera and not on the right which snapped an image at the exact same time. If it was something more than a bit of dust on the lens, it would have appeared in both images. Nothing to see here. Sorry.

  8. The "object" only shows up on the image from the left camera. There is nothing in the sky in the image from the right camera taken at the exact same time. I don't think it's anything more than debris on the lens of the left camera. Right camera image: http://mars.jpl.nasa.gov/msl-raw-images/proj/msl/redops/ods/surface/sol/01183/opgs/edr/rcam/RRB_502516568EDR_F0511430RHAZ00313M_.JPG

    1. I did find the UFO in other photos, it was moving farther away and harder to see. I guess I should have posted it, but I don't have the time at the moment to try to find it.


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