• MIA025: Tetrahedral Feature

MIA025: Tetrahedral Feature



Mars Report Ref: MIA025

Report date: July-August 2017

Research Status: Open - Possible building/monument

Description: Tetrahedral Feature
Approximate size: 250 m / 820 ft

Image resolution/pixel size: 26 cm 

Mission: MRO/HiRISE
Location: West Candor Chasma

Found by: Keith Laney

Image date: March 2007
Image credit: NASA/JPL/University of Arizona

Graphics/image editing: M. J. Craig

Image sources: (1) https://hirise-pds.lpl.arizona.edu/PDS/EXTRAS/RDR/PSP/ORB_003800_003899/PSP_003896_1740/PSP_003896_1740_MRGB.abrowse.jpg

(2) https://hirise-pds.lpl.arizona.edu/PDS/EXTRAS/RDR/PSP/ORB_002800_002899/PSP_002841_1740/PSP_002841_1740_MRGB.abrowse.jpg

Further research: "The Candor Tetrahedron" by Keith Laney http://thehiddenmission.com/CandorTetrahedron.html 


This is a remarkable feature which as the discoverer (K. Laney) justifiably states, "Were this found anywhere on Earth we'd surely be digging into it." If other anomalous features in the same area could be identified, this would provide corroborative support that we may indeed be looking at an artificial construction.


The pronounced tetrahedral shape. Similarity in base size with the Great Pyramid at Giza (which is 230 m / 756 ft), suggesting perhaps a prehistoric cultural connection.


A hill sculpted by erosive winds.

MIA025.2 Tetrahedral Feature: Close-up of the peak, with perhaps the suggestion of a pinnacle artefact.

Image credit: NASA/JPL/University of Arizona

MIA025.1 Tetrahedral Feature: from a distance

Image credit: NASA/JPL/University of Arizona