UFOlogists say that NASA’s Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter (MRO) has photographed a UFO crash site on planet Mars. The MRO image of the alleged crash site shows what UFOlogists and scientists agree is a bizarre-looking impact crater in the Elysium Planitia plains that straddles the Martian equator.
But according to UFOlogists, the impact crater could be the planet’s version of Earth’s Roswell UFO crash incident.
On its website, NASA describes the alleged UFO crash site simply as an “impact crater,” and the object that caused it an “impactor.”
The agency’s refusal to say whether the impact crater was caused by a meteor suggests uncertainty about what caused the crater.
But the agency explains that the crater was first detected by the Mars Context Camera (CTX) aboard the MRO. The image shown above was snapped later by the MRO’s HiRISE camera operated by the University of Arizona in Tucson.
According to NASA, the HiRISE image of the impact crater shows a “dark streak with multiple secondary craters” which the CTX image missed.
“The image shows a very distinct crater rim and ejecta that is much darker than the surrounding dust-covered terrain. The distribution of the rayed ejecta suggests that the impactor struck from the west.”
Although NASA is silent about what caused the impact crater, UFOlogists argue that the photographic evidence indicates a UFO crash site.
UFO Sightings Daily editor Scott Waring argues that the features of the crater are consistent with the suggestion that it is a UFO crash site rather than a meteor impact crater.
According to Waring, an object impacting at the speed of a meteor should disintegrate, but we see at the center of the impact crater what looks like the remains of a disc-shaped object with a distinct metallic luster, suggesting an artificial object such as a flying saucer.
A pilot flying a spacecraft that is crashing would attempt to control the speed of descent to minimize the impact at landing.
“This object is a crashed UFO. A disk that was damaged and the pilots barely had what it takes to land this craft. As a matter of fact, the passengers and pilots may still be on board, killed from the impact, although the craft seems to have mostly survived.”
The elongated trench at the crash site also suggests that the object did not fall vertically as one would expect of a meteor falling freely from the sky. The object apparently approached the impact site horizontally and came to its final place of rest after plowing through the Martian soil.
“The long burnt marks along the Mars surface shows the object tried to come in at a horizontal position, like an intelligently made craft.”
According to UFOlogists, UFO crash sites on Mars are the planet’s version of Earth’s Roswell UFO crash incident.