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Hundreds of Structures On Mars In Google Map, UFO Sighting News, July 2013


I was looking over Google Mars to the right of Lonar crater when I found hundreds, maybe thousands of structures that are evenly spaced apart and metallic gold in appearance. When you measure the structures with Google Ruler, they are between 92-127 meters across their top. This is really unusual. The colors the metal of the structures give off is amazingly beautiful. If you want to find it you need to look between Gemini Scopuli crater and Lonar crater.

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  • Bryn#

    Bryn July 25, 2013 7:16:14 PM CEST

    These are barchan dunes and they are totally natural, not made by people or martians. They happen wherever consistently unidirectional winds interact with large fields of well-sorted, lightweight sand. they happen all over the earth wherever the conditions are right and they have been noticed on Mars since the very first good photos were taken of Mars. The sun is at a very low angle in this photo, possibly slightly below the horizon if you were standing on the ground next to one of these dunes, and shining on the tops of the dunes and casting very elongated shadows behind them. Because barchans are crescent shaped, and because the sun is hitting the upwind side of the dunes, the shadows make them look more circular than they really are and show a bright spot where the sun is hitting the top of the dune. Before you ask, yes, my degree is in geology. Here is what they look like up close:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Barchan

  • thomasturk16#

    thomasturk16 July 14, 2013 1:04:42 PM CEST

    Thom, open enterprisemission dot com and come back onto this site with a further opinion.

  • Keefy#

    Keefy July 13, 2013 6:11:27 PM CEST

    Thomvinson-these are GEOMETRIC SHAPES not geological. To be naturally forming in such clusters and numbers is a billion to one.

  • Thomvinson#

    Thomvinson July 12, 2013 9:52:46 PM CEST

    I am not convinced that these are not natural geological phenomena. Geological features (perhaps precipitous minerals) that have been eroded free by winds. Until higher resolution images come available, I can see nothing to justify calling these structures. They certainly are thought provoking though. As for Google working with NASA, where do you think they get the images? Google does not have their own Martian satellites. They get their images and elevation data from NASA's Mars Global Surveyor spacecraft and combine it with infrared Thermal Emission Imaging System (THEMIS) from NASA's Mars Odyssey spacecraft.

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