Perfect Circle On MARS Identical To Stonehenge Sparks Meltdown
UFO enthusiast find it on NASA images of Martian surface
NASA Mars images have revealed a perfect stone circle which looks similar to that of Stonehenge, has sparked massive debate to whether it was created by an intelligent alien race.
The circle, which some skeptics have branded as just an 'erode rock formation'. was discovered by the NASA image taken by the Curiosity Rover that is currently exploring the Martian surface.
UFO researcher and enthusiast, Streetcap1, found the strange anomaly and promptly alerted Neon Nettle and other UFO websites.
Some UFO researchers are also saying it's an identical formation to Stonehenge, but we will leave you to be the judge of that.
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The Express reports: YouTube channel SecureTeam10 shared the find, saying: “This is a very strange formation of rocks put together in what appears to be a very artificial way.
“What we are seeing looks very different from the craters on Mars and the moon.
“It almost looks as if these rocks were arranged in this circular formation or this could potentially be some sort of ruin that’s part of some larger structure buried beneath the surface.
“I’ve never seen anything like it on Mars. That’s why it’s such a fascinating discovery.
“It looks eerily out of place than the rest of the terrain and surroundings.”
People commented on YouTube with various theories on what it could be.
One said it looked like a well while others said it could be a martian campsite or an alien UFO refuelling site.
It almost looks as if these rocks were arranged in this circular formation or this could potentially be some sort of ruin that’s part of some larger structure buried beneath the surface.
Eric Hansen commented: “That formation is clearly not ‘natural’.”
While Layla Chester added: “Way to many strange formations on the moon & mars, when will people wake up & see what's right in front of them??”
Others refused to believe the rock formation was a sign of alien life, saying it was a natural geological process.
One poster said: “That first rock circle you featured was not a stone circle.
“If you look closely you can see that they all belong together. It actually looks like it at some point in time was one big rock that now only has what you see left of it.”
And another wrote: “This round rock formation is probably a so-called lava bomb, came out of a volcano, landed and broke and later eroded."