Object photographed in the Martian sky????

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Re: Object photographed in the Martian sky????

Post by Toxic32 » Thu Dec 06, 2012 12:35 am

Good answer. Just post on this thread some of the links to support your argument....?

Re: Object photographed in the Martian sky????

Post by Iwanci » Tue Dec 04, 2012 6:17 am

Could be anything including a photographic anomalie.... interesting though...

If it is an an object then it looks like 2 objects not one... so doubt its a missile... the first object looks like (hate to say this) a domed UFO :peep: the second object is similar and may be moving away from the first and hence the line caught between them...


anyhow, that's as far as my imagination can go at this time...

nice find :flop:

Re: Object photographed in the Martian sky????

Post by Shaggietrip » Tue Dec 04, 2012 4:24 am

Ok they are not from the Mars rover. My point is to show the similarity. You can call me an dumbass if you wish. I have been called worse here. The image below also show the same thing. There are more that compares to the image you posted better. But i will not go through hundreds of vids or pics at this time to show you. I am just saying that the image you provided looks very much what i have captured my self in other places.




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this one has the streak. different angle.

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read second post on page.
http://www.disclose.tv/forum/nasa-images-earth-sized-spherical-objects-inside-corona-sun-t14921-2630.html


:cheers:

Re: Object photographed in the Martian sky????

Post by Shaggietrip » Tue Dec 04, 2012 3:54 am

Toxic32 wrote:
Shaggietrip wrote:Cosmic ray? comet? Asteroid?

Look just to the left a faded line/beam. As the image is zoomed.

Hundreds of such postings on another thread. What type of camera shot this? Perhaps it is the first cosmic ray or proton caught from ...cough"Mars"


Not trolling just posting my opinion. [which aint worth a shit here] but an opinion none the less. Just that this "missile" seems to be all alone does not exclude above explanation. It very well may be a..UFO or another object other than above. But the faded "shadow line" and what is present clearly visible looks to me what I have seen hundreds of times. I hope that I am wrong.


Great post. Hope to see more responses to this anomaly. :cheers:J


I'm all hears. If you can show me a few of the hundreds that you have seen. Then be my guessed. Post a few here so we can all enlightened. I live to learn. This is not an attack just interested in seeing other pictures so I can put this picture to bed?


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Want the link to soho to see more? http://sohodata.nascom.nasa.gov/cgi-bin/soho_movie_theater



Same shit. Just happened to be captured by the rover. Not sure if the rover uses CCD or not. perhaps you could help me on that. I have just been through this many times myself.

Re: Object photographed in the Martian sky????

Post by Toxic32 » Tue Dec 04, 2012 3:38 am

Shaggietrip wrote:Cosmic ray? comet? Asteroid?

Look just to the left a faded line/beam. As the image is zoomed.

Hundreds of such postings on another thread. What type of camera shot this? Perhaps it is the first cosmic ray or proton caught from ...cough"Mars"


Not trolling just posting my opinion. [which aint worth a shit here] but an opinion none the less. Just that this "missile" seems to be all alone does not exclude above explanation. It very well may be a..UFO or another object other than above. But the faded "shadow line" and what is present clearly visible looks to me what I have seen hundreds of times. I hope that I am wrong.


Great post. Hope to see more responses to this anomaly. :cheers:J


I'm all hears. If you can show me a few of the hundreds that you have seen. Then be my guessed. Post a few here so we can all enlightened. I live to learn. This is not an attack just interested in seeing other pictures so I can put this picture to bed?

Re: Object photographed in the Martian sky????

Post by Shaggietrip » Tue Dec 04, 2012 2:20 am

Cosmic ray? comet? Asteroid?

Look just to the left a faded line/beam. As the image is zoomed.

Hundreds of such postings on another thread. What type of camera shot this? Perhaps it is the first cosmic ray or proton caught from ...cough"Mars"


Not trolling just posting my opinion. [which aint worth a shit here] but an opinion none the less. Just that this "missile" seems to be all alone does not exclude above explanation. It very well may be a..UFO or another object other than above. But the faded "shadow line" and what is present clearly visible looks to me what I have seen hundreds of times. I hope that I am wrong.


Great post. Hope to see more responses to this anomaly. :cheers:J

Re: Object photographed in the Martian sky????

Post by The57ironman » Tue Dec 04, 2012 1:54 am

As the saying goes. You can't educate pork!

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Re: Object photographed in the Martian sky????

Post by Toxic32 » Tue Dec 04, 2012 1:48 am

I rest my case your honour.

Re: Object photographed in the Martian sky????

Post by Kinninigan » Tue Dec 04, 2012 1:37 am

Toxic32 wrote:As the saying goes. You can't educate pork!

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Re: Object photographed in the Martian sky????

Post by Toxic32 » Tue Dec 04, 2012 1:25 am

As the saying goes. You can't educate pork!

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