For the next batch of photos sent by the rover Curiosity and posted on the official website of NASA on June 12 this year, a virtual archaeologist Mauricio Ruiz discovered a strange object, which in any way can not be confused with stones or refer to pareydolicheskuyu illusion (deleted picture of mars)
Firstly, the object was clearly man-made, something like a landed or crashed aircraft . Secondly, it led to the tracks of the rover – a fact that indicates that NASA employees are very interested in this deal, and so they sent her Curiosity.(deleted picture of mars)
Fortunately, independent researchers then copy these pictures knowing that they can be removed at any moment to NASA, which is what happened with this mysterious picture – it soon disappeared from the site of the American space agency (instead it was a black square). Notable in this story, and it turned out that the request Mauricio Ruiz to NASA, what is it, agency staff, surprisingly, this time gave the answer online archaeologist. And it also proves that the picture is not simple, and how it was leaked on the agency’s resource page – an enigma that still …
The official reply from NASA stated that the photos simply moved to another site and even has a link – where. Mauricio Ruiz went on this link, but found a very different picture, or rather, very well treated the old one, which is almost nothing you can not really see and understand
In response, ufology NASA officials also indicated that the photo he allegedly saw the broken earth spacecraft that crashed December 22, 2004 landing on the surface of the Red Planet. As an official statement about this accident is not reported, it knows about it almost a very narrow circle of people.
And again the puzzle: unlikely to NASA officials began to give out the secret of the collapse of Earth’s secret apparatus, if it was really – it was easier to b habitually silent. Something here is not that, at least, he Mauricio Ruiz sure of it a hundred …
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