Two Viking probes took Ďpicturesí of the surface of Mars back in the 70ís. About a dozen features in an area known as Cydonia were considered artificial by some scientists. In spite of the considerable amount of evidence supporting theories of artificiality, NASA officials have been consistently dismissive. Itís been over twenty years and the debate continues.
Then in the spring of 2000, 27500 Mars Global Surveyor (MGS) images were released to the public. More anomalous (unexplained) features continue to be found, some very profound in that they appear to be large scale works of art, sculptures of people and animals, sometimes depicting entire scenes.
On October 16 of 2000, another 30000 images were unceremoniously posted on the web site maintained by Malin Space Science Systems (MSSS), the NASA contractor operating the Mars Orbital Camera (MOC) mounted on MGS.
The purpose of this site is to present evidence in support of the hypothesis that certain features on the surface of Mars are artificial in origin, that they are ancient ruins. Some appear to have degraded over a very long period of time.
This site contains some of the strongest of the new discoveries of anomalous features found in the recently released MGS images. Also, there is a summary of the Viking imagery of the `70's which started it all.
You are invited to study these images and
decide for yourself... are these features natural or artificial?
JP Levasseur is responsible for the content of this site and unless otherwise noted discovered the anomalous objects in the depicted MGS NASA/JPL/MSSS images.