Date of photo: January 29, 1996 Location of sighting: Phobos, a moon of Mars NASA Source URL: https://photojournal.jpl.nasa.gov/jpeg/PIA00078.jpg I found this egg shaped ship tilted on the surface of Phobos this week. The craft has several slit openings and two very bright round lights on its top center. The craft looks bio-engineered ..it was grown, which if […]
Date of photo: June 10, 2000 Location of object: Asteroid Eros, crosses Mars orbit Source URL: https://photojournal.jpl.nasa.gov/jpeg/PIA02905.jpg Eros size: 16.8 kilometers This is Eros, an intersecting asteroid-like moon that crosses Mars path. This building I found has been seen before, but is often confused at being on Phobos and as being the megalith that astronaut […]
Date of discovery: Oct 11, 2017 (Taiwan Time) Location of discovery: Mars, sol 1377 Source NASA photo: http://areo.info/mer/spirit/1377/tn/2P248609582EFFAWH6P2424L5M1_L2L5L5L7L7.jpg.html This ancient bowl has a great thick rim and is sitting on its side. The bowl is found in the far lower right of the original photo. Many ancient items have been found in the past, including two […]
This oddly-shaped galactic spectacle is bursting with brand new stars. The pink fireworks in this image taken with the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope are regions of intense star formation, triggered by a cosmic-scale collision. The huge galaxy in this image, NGC 4490, has a smaller galaxy in its gravitational grip and is feeling the strain.
The photo above has is normal, the photo below has a lot of added light, which brings out detail inside the cube. Date of sighting: Sept 28, 2017, 01:00 camera EIT 171 Location of sighting: Earths sun I saw that the cube had returned in NASA sun photos today. In one it was there at 01:00, […]
Above, I added orange color to make the structure more visible. Below is normal, but added shadow. Date of discovery: Sept 23, 2017 Location of discovery: Planet Ceres…no its not a dwarf! Ceres finds that offensive and is just smaller than other planets. URL: https://photojournal.jpl.nasa.gov/jpeg/PIA21906.jpg Below is the untouched original, just close up is all. […]