UFO Buster Radio News – 336: Ancient Alien Sculpture On Mars, Starlink 240, and Welcome to Asgardia
NASA Rover Snaps Photo Of Ancient Alien Sculpture On Mars, Expert Claims
A photo taken by NASA reportedly shows an alien sculpture on Mars
The photo was taken by NASA’s Spirit rover
A UFO expert believes the sculpture is part of a statue.
UFO expert claimed that a photo taken by NASA on Mars shows a sculpture of an alien head and face. The expert said the strange object could be part of a large statue that once stood on the Red Planet.
The claim about an alleged ancient alien sculpture on Mars was made by Scott Waring of ET Data Base. According to Waring, he saw the image of the mysterious object while he was going through NASA’s archive photos.
Some of the photos he was viewing were taken by the agency’s Spirit rover. NASA officially launched this rover in 2003 to explore Mars. For about seven years until it ran out of energy, the Spirit rover roamed across the Martian surface to study and take photos of its surroundings.
One of the photos that caught Waring’s attention was taken by the rover on SOL 1356, which is equivalent to the date Oct. 27, 2007, on Earth. Similar to the other photos captured by Spirit, the image rocks with different shapes and sizes scattered across the desert-like landscape.
However, as noted by Waring, the photo actually contains various that could be ancient relics from an earlier time. The UFO expert believes these objects were left behind by the alien civilization that once lived on Mars.
One of the objects that Waring spotted was an alleged sculpture of an alien face. Based on the image, Waring was able to identify several facial features on the object such as the eyes, nose and mouth.
“The face is obviously made of the local materials and you can make out the eye, nose, upper and lower mouth, chin, cheeks but something that really is rare…is that this face has a thin horn-like fin on top of its head,” Waring wrote in a blog post.
SpaceX Launches Fourth Batch of Starlink Internet Satellites
After a series of weather-related delays, SpaceX has successfully launched another batch of Starlink internet satellites. This payload of 60 satellites brings SpaceX’s total count to 240, putting it even farther in the lead as the world’s largest satellite operator.
So far, regulators have approved SpaceX to launch 12,000 satellites, which dwarfs the current number of active satellites around Earth at a bit over 2,000. Over 7,000 of those satellites will be in very-low Earth orbit (VLEO) with the rest in geosynchronous low-Earth orbit. The VLEO units will allegedly help SpaceX offer internet access with latency similar to terrestrial connections. Current satellite internet systems often have lag that many times worse than the average cable connection.
Welcome to Asgardia: The ‘Space Nation’ that’s ramping up plans to save humanity by putting 15m people in orbit
From the first cosmically-conceived baby to £100bn ‘space arks’, Asgardia’s to-do list is attracting scientific and commercial interest
When Igor Ashurbeyli, an Azeri-Russian billionaire obsessed with humanity’s extra-terrestrial survival, announced his plan to create the first nation in space, even he admitted it sounded outlandish. With disarming frankness, he said: “I wouldn’t be surprised if some of you write that some crazy Russian rocket scientist talked nonsense here today.”
Three years later, the Asgardia project – a name rooted in the Norse legend of Asgard and roughly translated as “garden of the gods” – has indeed provided plenty of ammunition for detractors who dismiss it as a headline-grabbing myth.
Earlier this year, Asgardia unveiled a plan to build a fleet of “cosmic Noah’s arks” orbiting the Earth, at a cost of roughly £100bn a piece, along with various moon bases to ensure humanity would survive events such as a cataclysmic meteor impact.
Asgardia, whose current “population” is 80 per cent male, last month sought the endorsement of finalists in the “Mrs Russia” beauty pageant, taking the opportunity to impress upon the contenders the importance of securing the birth of the first baby in space. According to a breathless Asgardia statement, it was “a mission that was of particular interest to [the] contestants”.
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