A couple of strange lights have been recorded by the Mars Curiosity Rover a few days ago. The first anomalous light can be seen ascending into the sky, from far away. The second light is seen traveling on Mars’ horizon. The rover recorded the light traveling from the left side of the horizon to the far right. Following what seems like a straight trajectory. The antithesis of a falling star.
For all we know this could be one of our satellites orbiting the planet up close. Although I cannot come up with an explanation for the ascending light we see. Anyone care to share some light into this strange video?
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So far, Nasa has not commented on any of the strange sightings, but alien hunters have suggested these are alien ships monitoring our baby steps into the universe.
YouTube user StephenHannardADGUK, part of a group called Alien Disclosure UK, spotted the anomalies on the NASA images, publicly available on the space agency’s website, and applied a series of filters to try to shed light on the mystery.
Referring to the four pin-points of light pictured in the skies of Mars (below), he said: ‘Four objects caught by Mars Curiosity, very difficult to make out on original image so I have used a few filters to highlight.
However video analyst Marc Dantonio – who, in the interests of full disclosure, has worked on projects for the U.S. government – told the Huffington Post that these are simply ‘dead pixels’ in the image – a regular problem in the world of graphics.
Indeed, many computers and mobile phones develop dead pixel problems, as do modern digital camera.
Dantonio said: ‘After watching the video, it is actually quite clear that these are one-pixel sized image anomalies.
‘I fully concur at this point that these are dead pixels on the imager.
‘All CCD [cameras] have them, and in a bland atmosphere like that at Mars, they would be very obvious as opposed to an active atmosphere like Earth, where they could end up hidden for a long time before anyone noticed them.’
Another video appears to show an object rising from the horizon, followed shortly afterwards by another small object.
NASA has not publicly commented on either ‘sighting’.