A NASA photo of a Mars crater from 2005 has been making headlines recently. A popular UFO researcher noticed that NASA labeled the image "Chryse Alien" and suggested that this could be proof of alien life in our universe.
While the photo is definitely interesting and seems to show an alien face, I personally believe NASA was just having fun with the name.
Now, while this photo may show a Mars impact crater and not a real alien face, it could still show proof of alien life. Or at least, ancient alien life.
The Chyrse Planitia is the name of the Martian plain where the above image was captured, and it is home to many ancient river valleys and perhaps a large ocean or lake. This of course means there could have been alien life on the planet in ancient times.
The name "Chyrse" refers to an ancient island in Southeast Asia rich with gold, referenced in both mythological and historic Greek texts.
So, the name "Chyrse Alien" does imply a lot more than a simple Martian impact crater. I'll leave it up to you, the community, to read between the lines! Share your theories on this real NASA photo and NASA's curious name for it in the comments below or on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram.