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Amateur astronomer discovered secret base on Mars... Really?
posted June 6 2011 20:18.32 by Giorgos Lazaridis

Meet David Martines, an amateur astronomer from the US. David was googling around Google Mars, when he made the discovery of his life: He found a very strange rectangular construction onto the surface of the red planet! I can't imagine his excitement! He also gave a name to this construction, he called it "Bio Station Alpha". The coordinates to find this area yourselves are 49'19.73"N 29 33'06.53:

This is a video of something I discovered on Google Mars quite by accident," said Martines, the armchair astronaut, in a now-viral YouTube video. "I call it Bio Station Alpha, because I'm just assuming that something lives in it or has lived in it.

Luckily, no earthlings, martians or other aliens live there. According to experts, this is just a glitch in the image caused by cosmic energy interfering with the camera.

It looks like a linear streak artifact produced by a cosmic ray
said Alfred McEwen, a planetary geologist at the Lunar and Planetary Lab at the University of Arizona and the director of the Planetary Imaging Research Laboratory.

Read more here, and watch the following video that he uploaded.

[Via: space]    [Link: lifeslittlemysteries]
Tags: space related   alien life   discovery   crazy story   unsolved mystery   fake   

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  • At 20 June 2011, 21:22:22 user _pike wrote:   [reply @ _pike]
    • they removed the video..... Do you have another link?

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