Posted by: pkab | 25 January 2008

Mystery image of ‘life on Mars’


Is there life on Mars?

An image of a mysterious shape on the surface of Mars, taken by Nasa spacecraft Spirit, has reignited the debate about life on the Red Planet. A magnified version of the picture, posted on the internet, appears to some to show what resembles a human form among a crop of rocks.

While some bloggers have dismissed the image as a trick of light, others say it is evidence of an alien presence.

The image is a recent Nasa posting of the Spirit’s landing in 2004.

Perspective

When the robotic rover set down on 24 January 2004, its images disappointed space-watchers hoping for signs of extraterrestrial life.

Now they appear convinced that this image provides the evidence they have been trawling Nasa’s photo files for.

The blown-up image seems to resemble a figure striding among the Martian rocks.

The internet has been abuzz with postings offering theories.

Copenhagen mermaid

Copenhagen’s mermaid: Evidence of Martian settlers?

One said it was a garden gnome, another that it was the Virgin Mary.

A third suggested Bigfoot, the hairy bipedal mountain beast that appears in various guises in a number of legends around the world.

But the consensus seemed to be that it bore a striking resemblance to the Little Mermaid statue in the Danish capital, Copenhagen.

Poster “Madurobob” said it was a statue “obviously built by an ancient civilisation that later departed Mars and settled Denmark”.

Badastronomy.com tried to apply some perspective: “A man? It’s a tiny rock only a few inches high. It’s only a few feet from the rover!”

Source: BBC News


These following picture from Rusty Lime
Mars
Mars


Sur comments: it will be interesting if we draw a concept map for “Is there any life in Mars?”


Responses

  1. wow…. it’s amazing …

  2. Oh, kalo ngga salah bahasan ini sempat masuk scrollbar (ngga tahu istilahnya😛 ) di MetroTV beberapa hari yang lalu.

    Saya jadi ingin tahu apakah benda itu sebenarnya.


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