Strange Objects & Tool – Curiosity Rover Mission

Strange Objects & Tool / Handle On SOL 925 Of Curiosity Rover Mission

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e44RWIkSX6s&list=TLCjfTNEw0zfQ

Published on Mar 20, 2015

This whole area has caught my eye. It almost looks like coral or possibly something that has been under water. I didn’t mention this in the video but there also seems to be tracks from something other then the rover maybe? Could just be the soil. It also looks like this area had been very ornately carved. To the bottom right of the image is a perfectly straight cylinder that looks to be a tool of some sort. You surely could surely pick it up and turn it into a pret

What Is This Object On The Moon? Anomaly? Submitted By John e

Published on Mar 18, 2015
This was sent to me by a friend of mine named John Endersby. He is an amateur astronomer who lives in a great area to catch images of the Moon and Sun with his telescope. During the lunar eclipse of 8/10/14 he caught this with his telescope and webcam.

The quality is not sharp sharp but we would love to hear your comments on what you think this huge thing is! He has not seen it since that day or in any footage since then other then the image from the UFO article that is in the video. Enjoy and please comment below!

John’s Photos: https://www.facebook.com/john.endersb…

WUITS Article and Enhanced Images: whatsupinthesky.com/index.php/2013-04-24­-00-44-09/moon/836-what-is-this-on-the-m­oon-possible-anomaly-submitted-by-subscr­iber-john-e

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Science – How The Solar System Really Works & More

https://www.youtube.com/embed/0jHsq36_NTU?version=3&rel=1&fs=1&showsearch=0&showinfo=1&iv_load_policy=1&wmode=transparent
part 1
https://www.youtube.com/embed/C4V-ooITrws?version=3&rel=1&fs=1&showsearch=0&showinfo=1&iv_load_policy=1&wmode=transparent
part 2

Coded Message from space?


The helical model – our Galaxy is a vortex

Earth’s motion around the Sun, not as simple as I thought

Why Mars Died, and Earth Lived

Super-Earths: New Planets Found!

Scientists find Earth’s Twin Planet!

Planet Nibiru to pass Earth by August 2015

Mars once had an ocean with more water than the Arctic

Mars once had an ocean with more water than the Arctic – NASA
http://rt.com/news/238229-nasa-mars-ocean-water/

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rt.com Mars

Analysis of water residue in Martian ice caps indicates that the Red Planet was once – at least partly – blue. Billions of years ago, Mars had a body of water that held more water than Earth’s Arctic Ocean, according to a NASA study published Thursday.

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rt.com Mars

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2015/03/05/mars-ancient-ocean-nasa-video_n_6810870.html#slide=start
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“Our study provides a solid estimate of how much water Mars once had, by determining how much later was lost to space,”said Geronimo Villanueva, a scientist at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center and lead author of the paper.

The study, published in Science magazine, is a result of observations and computations based on data from three telescope facilities on Earth, the instruments of which were able to distinguish the chemical signatures of two different types of water in the remnants of Mars’ atmosphere.
NASA | Measuring Mars’ Ancient Ocean

Much of the Martian ice is composed of “heavy” water, or molecules in which the regular hydrogen atoms have been replaced by an isotope known as deuterium. After analyzing the ratio of these molecules, scientists believe they have calculated the amount of water Mars once had based on known rates of water loss to space.

According to the study, only 13 percent of Mars’ original water remains in the ice caps. Scientists have estimated that 4.3 billion years ago, the planet had enough water for an ocean taking up 19 percent of its surface and reaching a depth of more than a mile (1.6 kilometers) in places. NASA videos released Thursday show the ocean covering much of Mars’ northern hemisphere.

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rt.com Mars

In terms of surface area, Mars’ ocean was even larger than the Atlantic Ocean, which covers 17 percent of Earth’s surface.

NASA’s Curiosity probe has previously documented planetary features shaped by water flows and lakes. The existence of oceans on Mars suggests the planet may have been more hospitable to life than initially believed.

“With Mars losing that much water, the planet was very likely wet for a longer period of time than was previously thought, suggesting it might have been habitable for longer,” said Michael Mumma, a senior scientist at Goddard and the second author of the paper.

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rt.com Mars

Private explorers may reach Mars before that, however. Mars One, a Dutch nonprofit, has been selecting candidates for a four-person, one-way mission from a pool of over 200,000 applicants over the past two years, narrowing it down to 100 finalists recently. They hope to send an unmanned advance mission to Mars by 2018.
http://rt.com/usa/212607-mars-possible-wet-planet/ More