Zoom of NASA Curiosity Rover photo
showing apparent buildings on Mars
On April 9, a photo was discovered that appears to show a set of buildings on top of a hill. On Earth, such building locations typically indicate strategic planning to give optimal views of the countryside to protect the inhabitants from attack.
Did the Curiosity Rover photograph buildings on Mars that make up a base of unknown origin?
If so, the buildings appear to have been constructed for strategic purposes in a Martian terrain that is hospitable to surface life contrary to what NASA has informed the public about Mars atmosphere.
The photo was uploaded in a YouTube video by an anonymous user, Streetcap1:
The source for the photo is NASA’s JPL website:
It would be a simple matter for the Curiosity Rover to travel to investigate the strange structures.
Yet this is very unlikely according to UFO Sightings Scott Waring who wrote in a blog post today:
According to NASA, Mars atmosphere is 95% carbon dioxide with only a trace amount of oxygen 0.13% - not enough to sustain life on Mars.
If the Rover images do show such animals surviving on the Martian surface, then Waring is correct that NASA is actively preventing,
The latest Curiosity Rover photo follows another released on April 3 that appeared to show an artificial light on the Mars surface. Media interest grew quickly forcing NASA scientists to publicly explain it.
NASA's explanation of a "vent-hole light leak" or a "glinty rock" was widely ridiculed.
On April 8, testimony was released by a whistleblower who alleges that a military base exists on Mars with the goal of protecting five human colonies from indigenous Martian life.
He claims to have served on the military base for 17 years.
Fantastic as such claims seem given what is officially known about Mars atmosphere, the latest Curiosity Rover photo showing what appear to be buildings, does make claims of secret military and civilian bases on Mars plausible.
Further Curiosity Rover images showing small animal life forms along with strange lights on the Martian surface serve as further evidence of life existing on Mars surface, and of NASA actively covering this up.