Mars UFOs Caught on Camera By Curiosity?

It was inevitable. NASA lands a craft on Mars, sends pictures back, and people are bound to look for UFOs in those pictures. But what happens when you don’t see any UFOs in the pictures? Simply keep running them through photo editing filters until something, anything, shows up. And then claim it’s a UFO.

Curiosity captures UFO image on Mars
If you have to apply 37 filters to a photo in order to see UFOs, they are not UFOs.

NASA camera images from Mars of a strange white light dancing across the horizon have UFO enthusiasts buzzing that alien ships are watching our progress.

The images were transmitted back to Earth from NASA’s Curiosity rover, which landed on the red planet on August 5.

As the video shows, the images reveal a white light in the horizon as well as four blobs hovering in the sky.

Stephen Hannard, of Alien Disclosure Group UK, posted the clip online after putting the images through a series of filters.

NASA has not commented on any of the sightings yet but video experts say they are just blemishes.

Video analyst Marc Dantonio, who has studied UFO videos before, told the Huffington Post the images were one-pixel sized image anomalies.

“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,” he said.

The Curiosity rover is yet to make its first test drive of the Martian landscape.

This is one of my biggest gripes with paranormal evidence these days. people find a strange sound, and then run it through audio filters until it sounds like an EVP. or enhance photos until an “apparition” makes itself apparent. If you have to manipulate photos, video or audio that much, there was nothing there in the first place. Besides, everyone knows there’s no UFOs on Mars. They are all from Zeta Reticuli.

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