On a notable photograph, conspiracy theorists have a carved image of an ancient warrior, though that is very unlikely.
At last we have evidence that aliens once lived on Mars and conspiracy demanded theorists, and it is clearly a carved image of an ancient warrior race that once lived on Mars. Or, it's just another strangely shaped stone, if you want to believe any scientist you ask for it.
The latest images from NASA's Mars Curiosity Rover caught the eye of internet detection dogs, who reportedly discovered a strange-looking statue that looks like the head of a warrior woman. The "head of the statue" was found in Gale Crater, where the Rover Curiosity is researching.
"I've found something that seems to be a small, feminine-looking statue headpiece in this new Curiosity Rover image on Mars in Gale Crater, just a few inches or less, resembling a carved depiction of a female warrior wearing a helmet similar to the one found on Earth from the Middle Ages, "said Joe White, a space video journalist from Bristol, UK, according to News. "It has a possible emblem on the forehead and some very interesting facial features that look almost Egyptian in artistic style, which is one of hundreds of similar artifacts I've found on Mars in recent years and may go on to to show that in the past there was an ancient and artistic civilization on Mars. "
Of course, this is not the first time conspiracy theorists claim to have seen extraterrestrial design in more profane geological features. There are literally dozens of other images in which Martian believers have extrapolated an extraterrestrial cause for what can easily be explained as a natural variation in rocks.
In reality, scientists do not believe that there has ever been an intelligent life on earth. Scientists hope to find evidence that on the Red Planet once existed a form of life, but in a basic, microbial form.
The following is an excerpt from Wikipedia on pareidolia, which describes the tendency of the mind to perceive patterns like faces where there are none.
Pareidolia is a psychological phenomenon in which the mind reacts to a stimulus, usually a picture or sound, by perceiving a familiar pattern where none exist.
Typical examples are perceived images of animals, faces, or objects in cloud formations, the human in the moon, the moon rabbits, hidden messages within the recorded music played backwards or at higher or lower speeds, and indefinite voices in random noise as produced by air conditioners
The following is an excerpt from Cydonia, a region on Mars that is a good example of pareidolia.
Cydonia is a region on the planet Mars that has attracted both scientific and popular aspects of rest. The name originally referred to the albedo feature (distinguishable colored area) that was visible from earthbound telescopes. The area borders Acidalia Planitia and the Arabia Terra highlands. The area includes the regions: "Cydonia Mensae", an area with flat Mesasähnlichen features, "Cydonia Colles", a region with small hills or pimples, and "Cydonia Labyrinthus", a complex of intersecting valleys. As with other albedo features on Mars, the name Cydonia was taken from classical antiquity, in this case from Kydonia, a historical polis (or "city-state") on the island of Crete. Cydonia contains the "face on Mars", about halfway between Aranda's crater and Bamberg crater.
The Cydonia facial pareidolia inspired individuals and organizations interested in extraterrestrial intelligence and Earth visits, and the images were published in this regard in 1
While the astronomer Carl Sagan accepted the "face" as a subject for scientific study, he criticized many of the speculations about it in the chapter "The Man on the Moon and the Face on Mars" in his book The Demon World. The "face" is also a common theme amongst skeptic groups who use it as an example of credulity. They point out that there are other faces on Mars that do not produce the same level of study. An example is the bile crater, which takes the form of a smiley, while others resemble Kermit to the frog or other celebrities. On this latter similarity, Discover's magazine "Skeptical Eye" mocked Hoagland's claims and asked if he believed the aliens were fans of Sesame Street.
The following is a Wikipedia excerpt on the Mars Curiosity Rover.
Curiosity is a car-sized rover designed to explore Gale Crater on Mars as part of NASA's Mars Science Laboratory Mission (MSL). Curiosity was launched aboard the MSL spacecraft from Cape Canaveral on 26 November 2011 at 15:02 UTC and landed on 6 August 2012 at 05:17 UTC on Aeolis Palus at Gale Crater on Mars. The Bradbury Landing Site was less than 2.4 miles from the center of the Rover touchdown finish after a 560 million km (350 million mile) journey.  One of the Rover's goals is the study of the Martian climate and geology; Assessment of whether the selected field site within the Gale Crater has ever offered favorable environmental conditions for microbial life, including the study of the role of water; and planetary habitability studies in preparation for human exploration.
In December 2012, Curiosity's two-year mission was extended indefinitely. On August 5, 2017, NASA celebrated the fifth anniversary of the Curiosity Rover Landing and related exploratory achievements on the planet Mars.
Curiosity's design will serve as the foundation for the planned Mars 2020 rover. As of April 29, 2018, Curiosity has been on Mars since landing on August 6, 2012 for 2037 sols (2092 days in total).