Searched for this video on ATS, but came up empty-handed.
So here goes.
The shape of the UFO is just as we see it, long cigar shaped. At first a person will assume the exposure (shutter) was open allowing the photo to
record for a few seconds, but no. The shutter speed is normal. This object was moving slow, which is proven by the time stamps on the photos on the
NASA site. That means since it was moving slowly, the shape we see before us is the correct shape of the object.
"Very interesting object caught near Mount Sharp by Curiosity Rover. Object appears cylindrical in shape and appears in five images over a 10 minute
One possible explanation is that the object is of one of Mars’ two moons, Phobos or Deimos. They are respectively 22 and 13 kilometers in diameter,
and have respective orbits of 9,400 and 23,460 kilometers. They are thought to be captured asteroids and are irregular in shape. This is significant
since as Waring points out, the objects in the Curiosity Rover image is not irregular:
Then again, could this be a moon or micro moon orbiting Mars? Yes, it could be possible, however a moon of this shape would have a high
probability of flipping end over end. This object has slow, balanced movement like a ship in water…having the appearance of an object that is self
The object could also be one of the known terrestrial spacecraft orbiting Mars. Currently both NASA and the European Space Agency have orbiters flying
around Mars. The European Space Agency placed the Mars Express in orbit in early 2004, and NASA currently has two orbiters, the Mars Reconnaissance
Orbiter (2006) and the Mars Science Laboratory (2011). Yet none of the Mars orbiters are elliptical in shape or very large. If time lapse photography
was not used in generating the NASA JPL images showing elliptical UFO, then that would rule out any of the Mars orbiters.
If true, this is clearly not a cosmic ray. I'm gonna bet on an icy object hitting the thin Martian atmosphere.
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