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Richard C. Hoagland commented on the red rain phenomenon of Kerala, India. Red particles found there may be of extraterrestrial origin (such as from a cometary fragment) because of their unusual cell properties, theorizes Dr. Godfrey Louis who has examined the material. Hoagland suggested that this data backs Van Flandern's Exploded Planet Hypothesis. A Mars Rover photo which appears to depict a "pond" was also discussed. Biography: Richard C. Hoagland is a former space science museum curator; a former NASA consultant, and during the historic Apollo Missions to the Moon, was science advisor to Walter Cronkite and CBS News. For over 20 years, Hoagland has been leading an outside scientific team in a critically acclaimed independent analysis of possible intelligently-designed artifacts on Mars. Richard and his team's investigations have been quietly extended to include over 30 years of previously hidden data from NASA, Soviet, and Pentagon missions to the Moon. Wikipedia The Kerala red rain phenomenon was a blood rain (red rain) event that occurred from July 25 to September 23, 2001, when heavy downpours of red-coloured rain fell sporadically on the southern Indian state of Kerala, staining clothes pink. Yellow, green, and black rain was also reported. Colored rain was also reported in Kerala in 1896 and several times since, most recently in June 2012. It was initially thought that the rains were colored by fallout from a hypothetical meteor burst,[clarification needed] but ...