The US space agency NASA has been exploring Gale Crater on Mars since 2012 with its Curiosity Rover in wagon size. The overall mission of the NASA rover is to investigate what appears to be dry Martian climate and geology, and even to evaluate whether there ever was any microbial forms of alien life on the Red Planet. Now a well-known UFO conspiracy theorist believes that the NASA Curiosity Rover has captured a flying bird on one of his Red Planet photos.
Famous extraterrestrial life-hunter and UFO conspiracy theorist Scott C Waring sent him outrageous allegations on his etdatabase.com blog.
He wrote: "This flying bird on Mars was found by Marcelo Irazusta, who actually found a bird captured by the Curiosity Rover over the surface of Mars last week!
There it is … captured in a photo on a NASA website.
"The Curiosity Rover has a delay of 1
big bird, then he was accidentally hit and was probably not long in this area.
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"Of course it could be one UFO aliens like to use nature to inspire their structures and ships.  The so-called sighting is little more than a black spot that appears on a black and white photo of Sol 2446 in front of a big sky.
Mr. Waring speculated on the possible consequences of such a dubious discovery.
He wrote: "It looks like a flying eagle. If that's true, it can mean one of two things.
"Either there are animals on Mars or – and I hate this idea, but it must be considered – the rover may not be on Mars, but on the Canadian island of Devon.
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"Devon Devon Island is a desolate island region with only a handful of people, and NASA has traveled there many times to test rovers in a similar environment to Mars. "
Devon Island is the largest uninhabited island in the world selected by NASA to test its Martian exploration technology.
This is because the harsh climate on Devon Island mimics the mental states on Mars and other planets.
Unexpected anomalies in photographs taken on Mars and the Moon and returned to Earth for further investigation by NASA are nothing new.
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The reality of the anomaly, however, is far more prosaic.
Camera lenses, cosmic rays or just reflected sunlight are the most likely candidates for the Mars anomaly.
Cosmic radiation is caused by highly charged atomic particles, which often travel from outside the solar system and are able to produce tricks of light upon impact. The thin atmosphere of Red Planet, which offers little resistance to such cosmic radiation.