Mars continues to be a fascinating study for archaeologists, astronomers, scientists, and even regular people. As time passes by and with the advancement of technology, people are getting closer to uncovering the secrets of the red planet.
One key component of the Mars exploration is the Curiosity Rover. It serves as the eye of the scientists to examine the planer from afar. This important invention has already discovered many aspects of Mars, such as canyons, biosignatures, and a part of its geography.
Recently, NASA released a photo of an interesting piece of artifact: a metal object with a hole in the middle that appears to be part of a bigger object. Anyone can view it on NASA’s official website if they want to examine it. The Curiosity Rover captured this photo.
Some say it is part of the Curiosity Rover, but some archaeologists and astronomers say otherwise; they argue that the Curiosity Rover is a multi-billion dollar invention that NASA built sophisticatedly and delicately, so it is impossible for it to simply lose a part. Another thing strengthening this argument is that the invention was not near the artifact, and there were no other rovers in proximity, so it must be a part of entirely something else.
This photo piqued the interest of men of science even more because it might indicate that there might be previous human expeditions to the red planet, or it could even be a remnant from a Martian civilization that existed before.
Some scientists also believe that just like Earth, Mars might have been visited by other aliens, and this piece of metal might be something they left behind.
Anyone can try to uncover this mysterious object. After all, NASA did not hide this image from the public, which means they are also mystified by it. Some say that something is going on on the red planet, and anyone who wants to participate can do so, even virtually, through photos released by the Curiosity Rover.
What are your thoughts on it? Is this piece of metal a part of a human expedition, another alien colony on the red planet, or something else entirely?