The arrival of the Mars Global Surveyor on Mars on September 11, 1997, was, to say the least, significant in the world of science. The discoveries made by this voyeur were out of this world, to say the least, with ancient rivers and even meteor crates discovered on Mars. But, of all the images taken of Mars, one was by far the most contentious.
This image depicts a plainly manufactured structure on Mars’ surface that scientists are unable to explain.
We know it’s manufactured and not natural because of how symmetrical it can be; simply look at the image and decide for yourself.
The circle is nature’s most natural shape; the square is incredibly unusual and, to say the least, never this perfect.
NASA verified the existence of this image, even going so far as to say that it is unprocessed and unexplained.
It was taken on Mars, but they didn’t have a snide reaction to its general credibility in terms of theoretical reasons.
Essentially, this is proof of an alien culture living on Mars, with the outline of an ancient metropolis.
However, on November 2, 2006, the Mars Global Surveyor’s third mission was unexpectedly terminated when NASA lost control of it, causing it to crash back into the Red Planet. The entire project was canceled in January 2007, surprisingly soon after the film was launched.