An image taken by NASA’s Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter revealed a mysterious structure on Mars which resembles with a pyramid. Even though the picture was taken over a decade ago, UFO hunters are still puzzled by the strange structure. According to them, this pyramid on Mars is an irrefutable sign of alien life on the Red Planet.
Mars has always been a mysterious planet, and, although NASA and ESA sent a whole bunch of mission to it to shed more light on what’s going on with Mars, these missions did nothing else to unveil some aspects of the Red Planet while they deepened the mystery regarding other elements of the Earth’s neighboring planet.
Today we’re going to talk about a mysterious structure spotted by NASA’s Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter, MRO, that, about ten years after it has been taken, is still putting the UFO hunters’ imagination at work.
Pyramid On Mars Is Sign Of Alien Life On The Red Planet, UFO Hunters Believe
“I found a giant three-sided pyramid on Mars in a Gigapan photo. The pyramid has one smooth side, which is probably the original outer coating that was made for it, but the other two sides have severely eroded,” said Scott C. Waring, and alien theorist, for Daily Mail.
Now, is this pyramid on Mars indeed an alien-made structure? We don’t know, precisely. However, according to NASA, the answer is “no.” According to the US space agency, the many rovers and probes the agency sent to Mars failed in finding irrefutable evidence of life on Mars, even though they’ve discovered water (water ice, though) and organic matter inside Martian rocks.
While Mars is still keeping locked many of its secrets, the pyramid on Mars the UFO hunters are sure it is a sign of alien life on the Red Planet might be nothing else than pareidolia, or the tendency we, humans, have to resemble irregular forms with familiar objects or shapes.
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