• Image Evidence

  • HERE YOU WILL FIND  all the images presented in my book  as evidence for the possible existence of Liquid Water, Fossils, Vegetation and Artificial Objects on the surface of Mars (plus a few things on the Moon too, and elsewhere in the solar system).

  • MY GRATITUDE goes to the people who shared their discoveries in these pictures with a desire to illuminate humanity: Richard Hoagland, Vince DiPietro, Greg Molenaar, Mark Carlotto, Joseph Skipper, Rami Bar Ilan and Efrain Palermo. Also, Thomas Jensen, Will Farrar, Michael Ivey, Coach Billy Carson, Gary Proffitt, Eduardo Lucena, Jason Hunter, Rolf Varga, Tim Beech, Marcela Bravo, Larry Roy, Maya, Kevin Brant, Marcus Johannsen and Gerald Turner. We should also mention Toby Owen, the NASA scientist who found "The Face on Mars" way back in 1976, and who perhaps unwittingly helped to open our eyes . . .

  • CLICK THE IMAGES BELOW:

  1. To Enlarge the picture.

  2. To get more Details such as location on Mars, date and spacecraft imagery.

  3. To get the Link to NASA/ESA Websites and view the Official Space Agency Image...

SM1
THE FACE ON MARS:
ORIGINAL IMAGE (2.5km)
- Viking Orbiter 1976

Region: Cydonia Mensae, 1976

(Found by Toby Owen)

Image credit: NASA/JPL
Digital enhancement: Dr Mark J Carlotto
SM2
THE FACE ON MARS: SECOND IMAGE
- Viking Orbiter

Region: Cydonia Mensae, 1976

(Found by V DiPietro & G Molennar)

Image credit: NASA/JPL
Digital enhancement: Dr Mark J Carlotto
SM3
THE D&M PYRAMID (3km)
- Viking Orbiter
Region: Cydonia Mensae, 1976

(Found by V DiPetro & G Molenaar)

Image credit: NASA/JPL
Digital enhancement: Dr Mark J Carlotto
SM4
THE "CITY" & TRIANGULAR "FORT" (15km)
- Viking Orbiter

Region: Cydonia Mensae, 1976

(Found by R C Hoagland)

Image credit: NASA/JPL;
Digital enhancement: Dr Mark J Carlotto
SM5
WATER FLOW FROM A CRATER WALL (2.5km)
- MOC/MGS

Region: East Arabia, Jun 98

(Found by R C Hoagland)

Image credit: NASA/JPL/MSSS
SM6 - 8
EXAMPLES OF “DARK FLOWS” – MOC/MGS

Image credits: NASA/JPL/MSSS
SM9
DARK FLOWS FROM ARABIA TERRA REGION
- HiRISE/MRO

Image credit: NASA/JPL/University of Arizona
SM10
SPRING & SUMMER FLOWS, NEWTON CRATER – HiRISE/MRO

Image credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/University of Arizona
SM11
LIQUID WATER FLOW IN GALE CRATER (15cm)
– Curiosity

(The rover drove right on by . . . not a whisper from NASA)

Region: Gale Crater, Sol 707, Aug 2014;

(Found by Gary Proffitt)

Image credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/MSSS
SM2
A LAKE OF LIQUID WATER ON MARS? (1.6km)
– MOC/MGS

Region: South Polar, Nov 1999

(Found by J P Skipper)

Image credit: NASA/JPL/MSSS
SM13
LAKES OF ICE OR LIQUID WATER? (2.6km) – MOC/MGS

Region: South Polar, Nov 1999

(Found by J P Skipper)

Image credit: NASA/JPL/MSSS
SM14
MORE LAKES? (3.4km) – MOC/MGS

Region: South Polar, Oct 2001

(Found by J P Skipper)

Image credit: NASA/JPL/MSSS
SM15
GROUP OF LAKES OR POLAR PITS? (3km) – MOC/MGS

Region: South Polar, Oct 2001

(Found by J P Skipper)

Image courtesy: NASA/JPL/MSSS
SM16
“DARK LAKE” (1km) – MOC/MGS

Region: South Polar, Sep 200

(Found by J P Skipper)

Image credit: NASA/JPL/MSSS
SM17
“LAKES AND ISLETS” (10km) – MOC/MGS

Region: South Polar, Sep 2001

(Found by J P Skipper)

Image credit: NASA/JPL/MSSS
SM18
EARTH / MARS COMPARISON CHART: LAKES

Graphics: SecretMars
SM19
POSSIBLE FROZEN WATER (10cm) IS ANALYSED BY CURIOSITY'S LASER

Region: Gale Crater, Sol 1349 May 2016

Image credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/MSSS
SM20
TREES ON MARS? (6km) NASA DESCRIPTION: "DE-FROSTING SOUTH POLAR TERRAIN"
– MOC/MGS

Region: South Polar, Oct 1999

Image credit: NASA/JPL/MSSS
SM21
“MARTIAN SPIDERS” – HiRISE/MRO

Region: South Polar, Jan 2011

Image credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/University of Arizona
SM22
“STARBURST SPIDERS” (2.8km) – HiRISE/MRO

Region: South Polar, Feb 2009

Image credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/University of Arizona
SM23
STARBURST SPIDERS IN THE SPRINGTIME: CO2 ice has turned to gas, leaving behind cracks in the surface
– HiRISE/MRO

Region: South Polar, July 2011

Image credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/University of Arizona
SM24
“ALPINE SCENERY” (4km) – MOC/MGS

Region: South Polar, Aug 2001

(Found by J P Skipper)

Image credit: NASA/JPL/MSSS
SM25
“MARTIAN BUSHES” (4.5km) – MOC/MGS

Region: South Polar, May 2005

(Found by J P Skipper)

Image courtesy: NASA/JPL/MSSS
SM26
NASA: “DEFROSTING DARK SPOT” (3km) – MOC/MGS

Region: South Polar, Oct 2010

(Found by J P Skipper)

Image credit: NASA/JPL/MSSS
SM27
MARTIAN VEGETATION OR GEOLOGY? (700 m) – MOC/MGS

Region: South Polar, June 2005

(Found by J P Skipper)

Image credit: NASA/JPL/MSSS
SM28
MARTIAN "PETRI DISH" (3.7km) – MOC/MGS

Region: South high latitude, Oct 1999

(Found by J P Skipper)

Image credit: NASA/JPL/MSSS
SM29
MARTIAN SKULL? (12cm) – Spirit Rover

Region: Gusev Crater, Sol 513 Jun 2005

(Found by J P Skipper/E Lucena)

Image credit: NASA/JPL/Cornell
SM30
ANIMAL SKELETON? (9cm) – Spirit Rover

Region: Gusev Crater, Sol 823 Apr 2006

Image credit: NASA/JPL/Cornell
SM31
FOSSIL FIELD? (0.5m) – Spirit Rover

Region: Gusev Crater, Sol 016 Jan 2004

(Found by JP Skipper)

Source image credit: NASA/JPL/Cornell;

Graphics: SecretMars
SM31.1
FOSSIL FIELD? OBJECTS 1 (1cm) & 2 (2.5cm)

[for image details see SM31]
SM31.3
FOSSIL FIELD? OBJECTS 3-6 (1- 4cm)

[for image details see SM31]
SM32
FOSSILIZED THIGH BONE? (10cm) – Curiosity

Region: Gale Crater, Sol 719 Aug 2014

(Found by Jason Hunter)

Image credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/MSSS
SM33
SKULL AND TEETH? (15cm) – Curiosity Rover

Region: Gale Crater, Sol 107 Nov 2012;

(Found by: Thomas M S Jensen)

Image credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/MSSS
SM34
ANIMAL SKELETON? (15cm) – Curiosity Rover

Region: Gale Crater, Sol 109 Nov 2012

Image credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/MSSS
SM35
AMMONITE FOSSIL? (5-6cm) – Curiosity Rover

Region: Gale Crater, Sol 518 Jan 2014;

(Found by Michael Ivey)

Image credits: (Top and lower left)
NASA/JPL-Caltech/MSSS

(Lower right) © 2016 Sedgwick Museum of Earth Sciences, U. of Cambridge (reproduced with permission)

Graphics: SecretMars
SM29
POSSIBLE CRINOID FOSSIL (1cm) DESTROYED BY NASA?
– Opportunity Rover

Region: Meridiani Planum, Sol 034 Feb 2004

Image credits: NASA/JPL/Cornell/USGS; image sources
SM37
DEBRIS FIELD? (1.25m) - Spirit Rover

Region; Gusev Crater, Sol 527 June 2005

Image credit: NASA/JPL/Cornell
SM37.1
"WRENCH / EEL" DEBRIS FIELD OBJECT 1 (20cm)

(Found by Rolf Varga)

Image credit (BELOW): NASA/JPL-Caltech/Cornell

[for image details of TOP IMAGE see SM37]
SM37.2
"LANTERN" (20cm) (L) & "CASING" (10cm) (R) DEBRIS FIELD OBJECTS 2 - 3

[see SM37 for image details]
SM38
JUNKYARD ARTEFACT? (5cm) - Spirit Rover

Region: Gusev Crater, Sol 015 Jan 2004

Image credit: NASA/JPL/Cornell
SM39
DAMAGED CONTAINER OOZING LIQUID, OR A LIFE FORM? (15cm) – Viking Lander 1

Region: Chryse Planitia, May 1977

(Found by Tim Beech)

Enhanced image credit: Tim Beech

Original image credit: NASA/JPL [the NASA source URL for this image no longer works (http://pds-imaging.jpl.nasa.gov/vikingl/vl_images.html ...plus details: "image 12D091.BB2, CE label") and I have so far been unable to locate an alternative in similar resolution.

The link refers to research on this image done by Beech/Skipper.
SM40
METAL PIPE OR LIFE FORM? (1m) - Spirit Rover

Region: Gusev Crater,
Sol 229 Aug 2004

Image credit: NASA/JPL/Cornell
SM41
NASA DEBRIS OR WHAT? (10cm) - Spirit Rover

Region: Gusev Crater, Sol 36 Feb 2004

Source image credit: NASA/JPL/Cornell
SM42
"THE SPIDER-CRAB OF MARS" (5cm) – Curiosity Rover
Region: Gale Crater, Sol 710 Aug 2014;

(Found by Will Farrar)

Image credit:
NASA/JPL-Caltech/MSSS

Research by Keith Laney into faked imagery:

http://thehiddenmission.com/wholelotoffaking/goingon/aliencrabfoundonmars.html

Graphics: SecretMars
SM42.1
"THE SPIDER-CRAB OF MARS" (Original NASA image)

[for image details see SM42]
SM43
"THE GHOST LADY OF MARS" (10cm) – Curiosity Rover
Region: Gale Crater, Sol 1001 May 2015

Image credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/MSSS

Graphics: SecretMars
SM43.1
"THE GHOST LADY OF MARS" (NASA Original)

[for image details see SM43]
SM43.2
"THE GHOST LADY OF MARS" (Time Lapsed)

[for image details see SM43]

Note: Image link goes to the "Thumbnail gallery" for Sol 1001, which shows all the images taken on that day.
SM44
"THE STATUETTE LADY OF MARS" (5 cm) – Spirit Rover

Region: Gusev Crater, Sols 1364-67 Nov 2007

(Found by Marcela Bravo)

Image credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/Cornell

[Note: original NASA image is a large panorama. This object is located lower left]
SM45
THE “GEAR WHEEL” (10cm) – Spirit Rover

Region: Gusev Crater, Sol 288 Oct 2004

(Found by Larry Roy)

Image credit: NASA/JPL/Cornell
SM46
METAL BOX OR CASING? (13cm) – Spirit Rover

Region: Gusev Crater, Sol 1419 Dec 2007;

(Found by Maya)

Image credit: NASA/JPL/Cornell
SM47
MANUFACTURED OBJECT? (7cm) – Spirit Rover

Region: Gusev Crater, Sol 1402 Dec 2007

(Found by Kevin Brant)

Image credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech
SM48
SMALL COIN? (2cm) – Spirit Rover
Region: Gusev Crater, Sol 843 May 2006;

(Found by Marcus Johannsen)

image credit: NASA/JPL/Cornell

Graphics: SecretMars
SM49
THE "WHEEL HUB” (20-25cm) – Curiosity Rover

Region: Gale Crater, Sol 064 Oct 2012

Image credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/MSSS
SM50
THE "TINY TURBINE" (5-10 cm) – Curiosity Rover

Region: Gale Crater,
Sol 1000 May 2015;

(Found by Rami Bar Ilan)

Image credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/MSSS
SM51
SMALL PYRAMID (10 cm) – Curiosity Rover

Region: Gale Crater, Sol 978 May 2015;

(Found by Rami Bar Ilan)

Image credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/MSSS
SM52
THE “C” (5 cm) – Curiosity Rover

Region: Gale Crater, Sol 817 Nov 2014;

(Found by Rami Bar Ilan)

Image credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/MSSS

Graphics: SecretMars
SM53
THE "DOOR BOLT” (5cm) – Curiosity Rover

Region: Gale Crater, Sol 440 Nov 2013;

(Found by Michael Ivey)

Image credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/MSSS
SM54
WHEELS AND AXLE? (15cm) – Curiosity Rover

Region: Gale Crater, Sol 729 Aug 2014;

(Found by Thomas M S Jensen)

Image credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/MSSS
SM55
THE "NOZZLE” (7cm) – Curiosity Rover

Region: Gale Crater, Sol 821 Nov 2014

Image credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/MSSS
SM56
MASONRY CARVING? (25cm) – Curiosity Rover

Region: Gale Crater, Sol 991 May 2015;

(Found by Rami Bar Ilan)

Image credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/MSSS
SM57
BEAM CLAMP STRUT? (5cm) – Curiosity Rover

Region: Gale Crater, Sol 528 Jan 2014

Image credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/MSSS
SM58
MECHANICAL FITTING? (7cm) – Curiosity Rover

Region: Gale Crater, Sol 109 Nov 2012

(Found by Coach Billy Carson)

Image credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/MSSS
SM59
TRIANGULAR ARTEFACT? (40cm) – Curiosity Rover

Region: Gale Crater, Sol 595 Apr 2014;

(Found by Rami Bar Ilan)

Image credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/MSSS
SM60
CRANK HANDLE DEVICE? (15cm) – Curiosity Rover

Region: Gale Crater, Sol 1051 July 2015

(Found by Rami Bar Ilan / Gerald Turner)

Image credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/MSSS; image source

Graphics: SecretMars
SM61
EARTH / MARS COMPARISON: ARTEFACTS

Graphics: SecretMars
SM62
MARTIAN CAIRN? (1m) – Opportunity Rover

Region: Meridiani Planum, Sol 2467 Jan 2011

Image credit: NASA/JPL/Cornell
SM63
BUILDING FOUNDATION? (6-7m) – Curiosity Rover

Region: Gale Crater, Sol 528 Jan 2014

Image credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/MSSS; image sources
SM64
NATURAL OR ARTIFICIAL MOUNDS? (each object 20-25m)
– MOC/MGS Orbiter

Region: Terra Meridiani, Apr 1999

Image credit: NASA/JPL/MSSS
SM65
TRAIL LEFT BY THE ROVER, OR SOMETHING ELSE? (25m)
– Opportunity Rover

Region: Meridiani Planum, Sol 1070 Jan 2007

Image credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech
SM66
LARGE-SCALE PIPE CONSTRUCTIONS? (4.5km)
– MOC/MGS Orbiter

Region: Aram Chaos, Jan 2000

(Found by JP Skipper)

Image credit: NASA/JPL/MSSS
SM67
MARTIAN TUNNELLING MECHANISM? (1.9 km)
– MOC/MGS Orbiter

Region: South Polar, Feb 2000

(Found by J P Skipper)

Image credit: NASA/JPL/MSSS
SM68
ANCIENT MARTIAN RUINS? (1.7 km) – MOC/MGS

Region: Arabia Terra, Nov 2001

(Found by R C Hoagland)

Image credit: NASA/JPL/MSSS

Graphics: SecretMars
SM69
PARTIALLY BURIED REMAINS OF MARTIAN TOWN? (1 km)
HiRISE/MRO Orbiter

Region: Mid-latitude southern highlands, Mar 2006

(Found by R C Hoagland)

Image credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/UA

Graphics: SecretMars

[Note: When viewing the original NASA image (which is a large one) you will find the target region in the lower right of the image)
SM69.1
CLOSE-UP VIEW OF NODULAR TERRAIN
(200m/656 ft across)

[for image details see SM69]

Graphics: SecretMars
SM69.5
DETAIL: “COMPOUND / INDUSTRIAL SITE" (200m/656 ft)

[for image details see SM69]

Graphics: SecretMars
SM70
GEOMETRIC SHAPES (300m) – MOC/MGS Orbiter

Region: South East Floor, West Candor Chasma, Jan 98

Image credit: NASA/JPL/MSSS
SM70.1
GEOMETRIC SHAPES ILLUSION - Comparison of HiRISE and MGS imagery

The superior detail in the HiRISE image shows that the geometric shapes are an illusion.

[for MGS image details see SM70]

Graphics: SecretMars

For HiRISE link, click below:
SM71
CYDONIA: POSSIBLE ARTIFICIAL STRUCTURES

Source image credit: ESA/DLR/FU Berlin (G. Neukum)

Graphics: SecretMars

[Note: ESA DIsclaimer -
Image artifacts and artificially-looking features are often the results of atmospheric distortion which are caused by either dust or clouds and haze ... [etc.]
SM73
THE FACE ON MARS: 2001 (2.75 x 2 km)
– MOC/MGS Orbiter

Region: Cydonia Mensae, Apr 2001

Image credit: NASA/JPL/MSSS
SM73.1
DETAIL: THE FACE ON MARS 2001

[for image details see SM73]

Graphics: SecretMars
SM74-75
THE FACE ON MARS 2006 – Mars Express

Image credits: ESA/DLR/FU Berlin (G. Neukum)

Image link (L):

http://spaceinimages.esa.int/Images/2006/09/Cydonia_region_colour_image

Image link (R):
SM77
THE "FORT" (2.8 km/1.7 miles): GEOMETRICAL PATTERN
- MGS Orbiter

(Found by R C Hoagland)

Graphics: SecretMars

Image credits:

(i) Dr Mark J Carlotto:
http://www.carlotto.us/martianenigmas/Articles/April_2000/April2000.html

(ii) NASA/JPL:
SM78
THE "FIVE" (1.2 km) – Mars Express 2006

(Pointed out by M J Craig)

Image credit: ESA/DLR/FU Berlin (G. Neukum)
SM79
THE "FIVE" – HiRISE/MRO 2008

Image credit: NASA/JPL/University of Arizona
SM80
THE D&M PYRAMID: GEOMETRIC PERSPECTIVE (3 km) – MGS/THEMIS

(Found by V DiPietro/G Molenaar)

Image credit:
NASA/JPL/MSS

Graphics: SecretMars
SM81
THE D&M PYRAMID & NEARBY FORMATIONS

Graphics: SecretMars
SM82
THE HEXAGON (2 km) – Mars Express 2006

Image credit: ESA/DLR/FU Berlin (G. Neukum)
SM83
THE HEXAGON: GEOMETRIC PATTERN (2 km) – THEMIS/Mars Odyssey 2002

Source image credit: NASA/JPL/Arizona State University

Graphics: SecretMars
SM84
THE "H" STRUCTURE (2.5km) – Mars Express 2006

Image credit: ESA/DLR/FU Berlin (G. Neukum);
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