posted on Jul, 17 2012 @ 08:58 AM
reply to post by Elq10000
If you are referring to the black scratch looking thing in the sky, I'm pretty certain it's just an image processing error.
We see these all the time on the SOHO cameras, and for whatever reason regardless how well documented there errors are, they always seem to find their
way to a post here with claims of aliens, space ships, killer mystery planets or something else.
This, of course, isn't SOHO, but, due the extremely weak nature of Mars's magnetic field, the bombardment of solar radiation on the surface is bound
to glitch some photos every now and again.
This isn't to say that if someone really wants to believe the black mark is an alien spacecraft that they can't go on continuing with that belief.
Probability, however, is with the black mark attribution going to image processing error, or a few pixels corrupted during transmission back to Earth
over the hundreds of millions of miles the data needs to be sent.
edit on 17-7-2012 by Druscilla because: (no reason given)