A new UFO on Mars has been sighted in NASA images compiled by Google — and easily accessible to anyone using the Google Earth app, in its “Google Mars” setting. Whatever this strange disc-shaped structure that appears to be “parked” on the Martian surface turns out to be, one thing is for sure. The object is enormous.
Using the Google Mars “ruler” tool, the circular object is shown to measure 3.52 miles across.
The object was spotted by a sharp-eyed Google Mars UFO hunter, Marcelo Irazusta, and posted on March 28 by Sandra Elena Andrade. The video that Adrade created from the Google Mars image can be viewed above.
Here is the image of the UFO on the surface of Mars.
As one commenter on the video notes, the object is technically not a UFO as in “Unidentified Flying Object,” because it is apparently stationed on the ground.
Amazingly, this is the second such UFO anomaly allegedly spotted in a NASA image on the surface of Mars in less than a week. On March 29, The Inquisitr reported on “a giant UFO flying saucer abandoned on rugged Mars terrain.” That report can be accessed at this link.
But when the latest UFO video came to the attention of top online UFO researcher Scott Waring of the UFO Sightings Daily site, Waring found not only the saucer shaped object, but also “two gold faces.”
Here is one of the “faces.”
And this is the other “face” found by Waring.
You don’t have to be a full-time UFO hunter to locate this weird anomaly. Download the Google Earth app to your mobile device, or to your personal computer. The computer app can be found at this link.
Once Google Earth is installed and set up, go to the “planet” icon on the toolbar directly above the main image screen. Select “Mars” from the drop-down menu.
Once you are in Google Mars, enter the following coordinates: 79°52’20.16″N 166°55’34.16″W
There, you’ll see the apparent UFO object. What do you think it is?
Readers fascinated by anomalies that turn up in NASA images don’t have to spend hours searching the Google Mars. The Science Channel debuts Season 2 of its weekly show, NASA’s Unexplained Files on April 22.