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Phobos - Mars Moon a Huge Spaceship

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posted on Apr, 5 2010 @ 09:34 AM
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From the Enterprise Mission website, undeniable proof out of the European Space Agency that Phobos is artificial.


"For, a Martian moon that is demonstrably "1/3 hollow" ... as measured by two totally independent space programs, and separated by ~20 yars ... under ANY likely astrophysical formation scenario CANNOT EXIST ... as just a "natural" moon!

It simply can't.

As the MARSIS radar imaging experiment -- according to our "inside" ESA source, again -- also, separately (but no less dramatically), has now experimentally confirmed--

Which he recounted as "a Phobos' interior filled with 'cavernous, geometric rooms ... right-angle walls ... and floors -- detectable via the semi-regular 'structure of the returning, interior radar echoes ...' as they were impressed upon the reflected MARSIS signals ....'"

Translation:

MARSIS was physically seeing (via this radar) a three-dimensional, totally artificial, interior world ... within Phobos; and a "reflection void interior geometry" ... which correlated eerily with the earlier (lower-resolution) Phobos "interior gravity tracking data ...."

Our main info source in ESA -- an academic, very closely connected with the MARSIS Radar Team (by way of two interpreters!) -- began using some really intereresting phrases to describe what the computer radar images were revealing, phrases like "it's an interior firmament ..." (foundations ... of buildings?); and of seeing... "not just solid rock" (NOT an asteroid!)... and noting, that it's also "not a bunch of rocks" (a collection of "little asteroids" ...)."

www.enterprisemission.com...

Moderator: Please close this thread, another posted while I was preparing this one.

[edit on 5-4-2010 by expat2368]




posted on Apr, 5 2010 @ 09:47 AM
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Ok , this is very exciting news. But the heading is not correct. There is nothing in what you have posted which marks Phobos as a spaceship. There may well be rooms, may even be rooms which were designed by an intellect rather than by cosmic coincidence, but there is no evidence of an engine, or of navigation , nor evidence of inhabitation. Surely the preceeding parameters must be filled before one can call it a spaceship?
However , all this said its bloody astounding. If what you report is true then the implications are staggering. Update regularly , please !



posted on Apr, 5 2010 @ 10:09 AM
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Hi OP a thread already started here about this for your information.

Hollow Phobos - Part One (Enterprise Mission)



posted on Apr, 5 2010 @ 10:32 AM
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Originally posted by TrueBrit
Ok , this is very exciting news. But the heading is not correct. There is nothing in what you have posted which marks Phobos as a spaceship. There may well be rooms, may even be rooms which were designed by an intellect rather than by cosmic coincidence, but there is no evidence of an engine, or of navigation , nor evidence of inhabitation. Surely the preceeding parameters must be filled before one can call it a spaceship?
However , all this said its bloody astounding. If what you report is true then the implications are staggering. Update regularly , please !


Actually the lack of a horse to draw the carriage, does not make that carriage any less mobile. Simply because we do not have the necessary understanding of how it might move doesn't mean it cannot move.

A ship does not need to be inhabited in order to be inhabitable. When you consider that ours is not the finite point of technology and that some other methods are potentially available, the possibilities become endless.

This particular object isn't the first to be considered artificial in our solar system. Both our moon and the moon Iapetus have interesting traits.

..Ex



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