NASA’s Curiosity Rover has released a new image that appears to show an illustration of a “doorway”It was cut into the rockface of Mars, causing speculation as to what it might be.
Cut clean “doorway”NASA’s Curiosity rover captured the head of this rockface in a recently released photo of Mars.
Space enthusiasts and conspiracy theorists have been debating the possibility of a doorway in their rock.
Captured by the explorer’s Mast camera or “Mastcam”Sol 3466 (7th May) – The grainy image seems to show an opening filled with rock. Daily Record.
Although the American Space Agency has not yet provided an explanation, there is still much debate online about the significance of the doorway.
One user on social media described the scene as follows “a formation on Mars which appears to be a portal and a wall nearby that looks artificial.”
Another conclusion: “Swear to God, there’s at least five Martians camouflaged in there.”
Reddit users were less down-to-earth, however. One user stated: “It’s obviously not a little door, it’s just a flat piece of broken rock.”
The US Congress will hold an open meeting next Tuesday to discuss UFOs for first time in more than 50 year.
This subject will be addressed by the US House Intelligence Committee’s Counterterrorism Subcommittee, Counterintelligence and Counterproliferation Subcommittee.
Panel chair, Rep. Andre Carson, stated: “The American people expect and deserve their leaders in government and intelligence to seriously evaluate and respond to any potential national security risks – especially those we do not fully understand.”
The US government published a report in summer 2021 on cases of so-called “Unidentified Aerotic Phenomena” or UAP.
The Director of National Intelligence reviewed 144 cases of UFOs in the report, but could only explain one.
Scientists provided the first glimpse of a supermassive, black hole on Thursday. It devours all matter it encounters and is located at the centre our Milky Way galaxy.
The black hole – called Sagittarius A*, or Sgr A* – is the second one ever to be imaged.
The Event Horizon Telescope, an international collaboration led by EHT, achieved the feat. It was the same EHT that published the first image of a dark hole in 2019, that is located at the core of a different galaxy.
Feryal Azzel, University of Arizona Astronomer, speaks at a Washington press conference. “the first direct image of the gentle giant in the centre of our galaxy,”It has a glowing circle of red, yellow, and white around a darker centre.
Sagittarius A* (pronounced Sagittarius “A”Star) has four million times the mass as our sun. It is approximately 26,000 light years from Earth.