Since the Viking missions sent by NASA in 1976, people have learned a lot more about Mars. NASA has been open about many of the amazing things they have found on Mars, but they have kept quiet about other things. So, why doesn’t NASA tell us why Mars’ surface is red? In the 1970s, the US made a big deal about sending two spacecraft, Viking 1 and Viking 2, to Mars.
One probe was in orbit above Mars, and the other was on the surface of the planet. The question is why NASA won’t say anything about the strange structures that have been seen on Mars.
The high-quality, high-resolution photos of the planet that these probes took were supposed to answer important questions about the composition and structure of the atmosphere and either confirm or disprove theories about whether or not there is life on the planet.
When all was said and done, though, the Viking 1 probe ended up giving NASA information about something much more important than they had expected.
When Viking 1 was in orbit around Mars, it took a picture that looks like it shows a statue of a human face. The monument was two miles long and stood in the Cydonia region of Mars. Not far from this impressive landmark, something that looked like a pyramid was also seen in the area. Over the years, many well-known scientists, ex-NASA workers, and US military personnel have spoken out to say that they don’t believe these photos.
Many people, including the famous scientist Dr. John Brandenberg, think that these photos prove beyond a doubt that intelligent life once thrived on Mars. On a planet that used to be like Earth, there is a human face and a pyramid cut into the ground within five kilometers of each other.
You don’t have to be Einstein to figure out what this means by putting two and two together. If this is true, why is NASA so secretive about the possibility of intelligent life on Mars in the past?
Could they be afraid of being laughed at if they say aliens used to live in our solar system? On the other hand, could they be keeping quiet about this because of something bad? Before the upcoming trips to Mars, NASA will definitely need to get their story straight.