Images of Mars taken in 2006 show what appears to be a flying saucer that crashed into the surface of the red planet.
Mars has always been the subject of controversy when it comes to the images that NASA brings back to Earth. Theorists are still finding evidence of an anomaly on the Red Planet that the space agency completely denies.
Today, Jean Ward has been tasked with finding what appears to be a crashed flying saucer on the surface of Mars, seen in photographs from 2006.
Did a UFO crash on Mars?
Over the years, NASA has taken a wealth of images of Mars, whether photographs, videos or live feeds from the rovers.
However, one of Australia’s most prominent researchers and theorists, Jean Ward, has discovered something very strange in images dating back to 2006. They show what appears to be a UFO crashed on the Martian surface.
Ward was examining images taken by the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter when he noticed a strange sight at the bottom of Candor Chasma, a huge canyon in the Valles Marineris system on Mars.
This canyon would be the equivalent of the Grand Canyon on Mars and, in fact, it is considered the largest known canyon in the solar system.
The researcher focused on it, noticing a “strange pit” with a perfect disc at the end. This object is partially covered in sand and debris and behind it some random dunes.
An important discovery or just a pareidolia?
Ward says it appears to be a spacecraft or disc-shaped object that entered at a very low angle. That’s why it ended up crashing into the surface of Mars, leaving this strange mark behind.
On the enlarged images, the researcher notes that it measures between 12 and 15 meters in diameter. He also notes that its width is about the same as the trench he left behind.
“It looks like a disc that is partially lifted on one side as it descends to the surface.”
Some skeptics think it is a sand dune or space junk. Others think it’s something much bigger, calling it a “big discovery.”
We don’t really know what it is, because it is not possible to prove that it is indeed a crashed UFO. NASA also won’t give an “official” version of what Jean Ward showed, so we can only speculate until we can personally visit the Red Planet.