Did the now famous Texas flying saucer also pay a visit to Mars? One has to wonder when you see an official NASA photo like this one:
I'm starting to get this feeling that we are being desensitized of UFO's by Yahoo in recent months.,.. and the only reason I can come up with is so when something really does happen.. we'll be so bored with it by then no one will care.. like a backwards "War of the Worlds" broadcast. -Comment made by Mathew Roper on an Examner.com article
Mysterious photos from Mars, believe it or not, do ommonly end up on NASA's JPL website - this is, in fact, the second time a flying saucer has been spotted on Mars in less than a month!; it's just that explanations from NASA are few and far between. Leaving us to wonder. But are we over thinking things? Maybe this "flying saucer" is really just a part of the rover itself, though I must say the online diagrams weren't too decisive:
It's part of the rover. The stuff below the "saucer" isn't the surface of Mars. It's a horizontal bar, That looks like some kind of rivet or screw attached to the horizontal bar.
What on Earth... sorry, what in the Universe? could this be? We've seen strange bright lights in the dirty brown Mars sky. We've seen stones that look an awful lot like statues on Mars. What are we seeing this time?
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