Strange Seepage Discovered on Mars
Sign of Oil Seepage on Mars?
A Truly Unique phenomenon on Mars

The following images have been spotted by several spacecraft. Weird shaped markings that look like something has oozed out of the Martian soil. Bizarre shapes, but start at a point and spread into lobes. What ever it is it is very dark and likely vicous.

New Geysers in M11 01809


Color image showing large jets along the edge of the depressions...

Image Source Malin M11_01809



Diversionary Tactic
MGS MOC Release No. MOC2-1556, 16 August 2006
S18 02576


Comments:
"This Mars Global Surveyor (MGS) Mars Orbiter Camera (MOC) image shows some dark slope streaks in the Phlegra Dorsa region of Mars. Of particular interest is the split streak near the center of the image, which diverted around a rounded hill as the material was sliding down the slope. Slope streaks occur in regions of Mars that are mantled by fine, bright dust. They do not occur on slopes that have no dust coating. They are therefore suspected to form by dry avalanching of the dust, despite their somewhat fluid appearance." - Malin Space

Very Alien looking scenery...

Image Source Malin S18 02576





Mars Global Surveyor

"The Shadows"
MOC narrow-angle image M11-00071
Cross off-centered peak in Janssen Crater
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Comments:
The above picture is an old anomaly showing a very unusual shadow that many have said is the shadow of a large spaceship in orbit between Mars and the Sun. We are still seeking the original source of this enigma. More info available here - Zorgon


Original Image Credit: NASA/JPL/Malin Space Science Systems
Comments:
A very odd shadow on more recent Mars photos. This is one of many odd shadows that are on image M11-00072.gif.
 

Original Image Credit:
NASA/JPL/Malin Space Science Systems
Comments:
This object appears to be a huge column or plume of gasses emitted from a small vent. The shadow it casts is identical to the plume, showing that the plume must be very opague. This is one of many odd shadows that are on image M11-00071.gif
 

Original Image Credit: NASA/JPL/Malin Space Science Systems

 

Original Image Credit: NASA/JPL/Malin Space Science Systems



Original Image Credit: NASA/JPL/Malin Space Science Systems



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