MARS Curiosity sees Sharp Clear Distant UFO In Newest Photo, May 28, 2016, Video, UFO Sighting News.

Date of discovery: May 28, 2016
Location of discovery: Mars, SOL 1353
NASA Photo:  http://mars.jpl.nasa.gov/msl-raw-images/proj/msl/redops/ods/surface/sol/01353/opgs/edr/ncam/NRB_517611644EDR_F0542202NCAM07753M_.JPG

This is object is flying and is a great distance away from the rover. This is one of the most recent Curiosity rover photos to date. Found by Streetcap1, this object is 100% evidence of UFOs flying about over the Mars surface. 
Scott C. Waring

Streetcar1 of Youtube states: 
This object is upright, not a blob, looks structured even from a distance and only appears on one frame. Hard to dismiss it as a grain of sand which jumped up on the camera lens, then jumped off again. Streetcap1.


  1. Lol

    That us neither sharp OR clear.

    Also, looking at the ORIGINAL PHOTO before it was magnified and taken totally out of context, the object is barely even visible, and could EASILY be on the ground in the distance.

    This is most certainly NOT 100% evidence of a ufo.

    Why would you even say it is?

  2. Scott.

    You need to understand that UFO does not mean alien craft.

    It means UNIDENTIFIED.

    You, however, use the word to mean alien craft. When YOU say ufo, you mean a ship.

    This is an INCREDIBLY amatuer mistake. It's also irresponsible as a researcher.

    Why can't you realize this?

  3. "Hard to dismiss it as a grain of sand which jumped up on the camera lens, then jumped off again."

    So it's hard to dismiss that the rover could've kicked up a rock particle, but assuming it is an alien craft is no problem?

    What a joke.

  4. to me it looks like there are maybe 4 whit objects out to the right with 1 light in the lead followed closely by 3 lights in a triangle and the black object at the tail end of the whole formation looking from right to left. for some reason i feel like the single white light is the lead of this whole (possibly) flight formation


Welcome to the forum, what your thoughts?