Wrecked Civilization On Mars With Possible Vehicles, Signs, & So Much More!
Ever since mankind started launching various satellites and rovers to some of our closest celestial neighbors our citizen researchers have been sifting through the returning images and mission data finding some amazing “out of place” artifacts that the current science and space paradigm cannot fully explain. The latest NASA rover “Curiosity” arrived on Mars in 2012 and has been beaming back one great picture after another since it safely landed at the Gale crater. These new images have sparked much excitement and debate among those interested in finding these anomalies! Strange objects are surely in abundance on the planet Mars! When I make YouTube videos for the WhatsUpInTheSky37 channel I make it very clear that I am only speculating what I see and some things that I call anomalies could very well be caused by light, shadow, position and countless other forces of nature. Even if you disagree with what I see I do hope that you enjoy exploring another planet and keep your mind open.
Youtube User: whatsupinthesky37 : ”Welcome back my friends and subscribers to SOL 709 we go! On this MASTCAM image we find some possible outlandish looking anomalies scattered among the strewn objects and martian debris. I have received so many emails about this picture I have been meaning to do another video on this image for awhile now. Make sure you download this one for yourself and let us know what you are thinking! What do you see? You may need to write a book to tell us! As always this is purely speculation and I see what I see and you see what you see! Thank you for stopping by!”
Thank you to everyone who has helped with the research and has spent their time researching these taboo subjects so we can all move forward with more information and understanding. If you have a space image or something else related that you would like analyzed feel free to email me at [email protected] or visit http://www.whatsupinthesky.com for more contact information and more space anomalies.