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originally posted by: Vikttsp
One of my contacts (ufosightingsdaily) send to me this picture of an object on mars :
They used Curiosity to retrieve the signal. The launch, in 2012, was a success and the rover was sent to the signal and the discovery was incredible…The signal came from a probe. It contained sounds and images. The probe contained a disc. This disc was a response to the message of Voyager, in 1977. The first extraterrestrial contact in history of mankind
Opportunity is equipped with a powerful set of tools to study a diverse collection of rocks and soils that may hold clues to past water activity on Mars. These tools include multiple cameras: a panoramic camera (Pancam), as well as a navigational camera (Navcam), and a microscopic imager (MI) which obtains close-up, high-resolution images of rocks and soils. There are also several instruments for analyzing composition and mineralogy: a miniature thermal emission spectrometer (Mini-TES), a Mossbauer spectrometer (MIMOS II) which provides unique information about iron-bearing minerals, and an alpha particle x-ray spectrometer (APXS) which tells us the chemical makeup of individual rocks and soils. Finally, the rovers are equipped with a “rock abrasion tool” (RAT) which exposes fresh material beneath the dust and weathered rinds that typically coat martian rocks.
Not to try to answer for OP, but it does appear you are working on the assumption that NASA is transparent and honest with the general public....