UFO BREAKING NEWS! V Shape UFO spoted in Mars!!. December 20

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PostMon Dec 24, 2012 5:23 pm » by Lifeoutthere


what u think about this??
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PostMon Dec 24, 2012 6:16 pm » by Rizze


I noticed a lot of horizontal bars @3.53 which suggests to me cloning some other part of the photo, as for the supposed ufo? dirty lens maybe.

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PostMon Dec 24, 2012 6:17 pm » by Toxic32


Just a quick thought. The object/spot is in the same location on the picture in both photographs. Mid-upper part of the image? These are different parts of the horizon in each image and it's unlikely that the object/spot would be captured in the same position in both pictures don't you think? I hope I'm wrong, but it could just be a grain of sand/dust on the lens. If I'm right then this spot should show up on any image from the same camera taken after the two shown in your post. I hope I'm wrong and you found a flying object on Mars. Well spotted anyway.
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PostMon Dec 24, 2012 7:11 pm » by *WillEase*


Toxic32 wrote:Just a quick thought. The object/spot is in the same location on the picture in both photographs. Mid-upper part of the image? These are different parts of the horizon in each image and it's unlikely that the object/spot would be captured in the same position in both pictures don't you think? I hope I'm wrong, but it could just be a grain of sand/dust on the lens. If I'm right then this spot should show up on any image from the same camera taken after the two shown in your post. I hope I'm wrong and you found a flying object on Mars. Well spotted anyway.


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PostMon Dec 24, 2012 7:27 pm » by Toxic32


I hate it when what looks like a promising image turns out to be misinterpretation through lack of research. I think we have all been there at some time or other. Just goes to show extraordinary claims require extraordinary proof. As they say.
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PostMon Dec 24, 2012 7:29 pm » by The57ironman


WillEase666 wrote:
Toxic32 wrote:Just a quick thought. The object/spot is in the same location on the picture in both photographs. Mid-upper part of the image? These are different parts of the horizon in each image and it's unlikely that the object/spot would be captured in the same position in both pictures don't you think? I hope I'm wrong, but it could just be a grain of sand/dust on the lens. If I'm right then this spot should show up on any image from the same camera taken after the two shown in your post. I hope I'm wrong and you found a flying object on Mars. Well spotted anyway.


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