The crashed UFO photographed by the Mars Exploration Orbiter can see the remaining track of the body.
In December 2021, Scott Waring, a cosmic phenomenon researcher currently living in Taiwan, China, discovered objects suspected of “crash-landing UFOs” and the tracks left by UFOs on images of the Martian surface.
The photo was taken on December 29, 2006, by NASA’s Mars Exploration Orbiter (MRO), at the bottom of the Kander Valley in Marinellis Canyon. The Marinellis Canyon, which extends from east to west along the equator, is about 4,000 kilometers long. Part of that is the Kander Valley, where layers of wind-eroded sand and dust are connected to each other.
According to the discoverer, Waring, the diameter of the UFO that forced the landing was about 15 meters, and the track that scraped across the ground under the impact of the forced landing looked like a shallow canyon. If the traces extending behind the object are traces of a UFO landing, it should not be a crash, but most likely a “controlled crash (controlled crash).”
If the UFO in the image simply falls to the ground, the body that touches the ground at high speed should decelerate to zero speed, forming a ravine with a large width at the landing site. However, such a huge ravine cannot be found in the traces of the image. Therefore, it can be speculated that perhaps the UFO braked while scraping across the ground after decelerating sufficiently in the air.
Looking at the magnified image, you can see that the disc-shaped UFO is buried as if it were plunged into the ground.
The driver of the UFO may have attempted a “controlled crash”. In addition, looking at the short right-angle structure formed by the track, it should be caused by the accumulation of sand due to crustal changes or the weathering of the Martian surface.
In fact, mysterious objects that may be “controlled crashes” have also been discovered in the past. On January 11, 2000, NASA’s Mars Global Prospector captured an image of the vast Elysium Plain near the equator, with a massive object about 100 meters wide piercing the ground. This heart-shaped object is really not considered a natural terrain, it looks like a UFO falling in the vast desert.
After enlarging the image, it can be confirmed that there is a shadow on the lower left half of the body, and the visible object exists in a state of floating from the surrounding flat part. In addition, the upper part of the fuselage has a dome-shaped bulge reminiscent of a canopy, and several ribs or spine-like structures extend from the central part. It is speculated that this is a common spider structure on airplanes.
A long trail like a tail can be seen at the rear of the fuselage. Since there are not too many depressions on the surface, it can be said that the airframe is very likely to land in a gentle “controlled crash” posture.
Did the crash-landing UFO come from beyond Mars, or was it the product of a lost Martian civilization? What was the reason for the forced landing? What happened to the crew after that? The mysteries are endless. In fact, it is not just Mars, but there are also traces of UFO-like objects falling or crashing on planets such as Mercury and Venus. In order to understand the true face and mystery of UFOs, we look forward to more data on the planets in the solar system, led by Mars.
A heart-shaped UFO captured by the Mars Global Explorer on January 11, 2001.
In 2009, NASA’s Mercury probe MESSENGER imaged a UFO indenting the surface.