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[Total: 0   Average: 0/5]You must sign in to vote 🧐 New remastered images ” What looks like a plant on Mars in Gale Crater. In this set of Curiosity Rover images there are two shots of the possible plant in quite good detail. It has five limbs and is only a few inches tall with leaf shaped parts which are lined up asymmetrically just like a plant. It could be a cacti or even coral remains. It may even be a crab or insect (arthropod) like creature basking on a rock. Either way the new clips I have taken are clearer and there is more detail to be seen than when I first showed this on my channel way back in 2014. Hysteria free analysis from ArtAlienTV. An open mind is required when viewing images from other planets. One day our very survival may depend on it “. My image enhancements are always shown next to the official raw images to show that they are well within the bounds of sensible inquiry and analysis. However, using my enhanced images without my permission will result in Google copyright action. See me on Ancient Aliens series on the History Channel. Episodes – “Pyramids of Antarctica” & “Destination Mars” First found by Joe White – ArtAlienTV on 14th June 2014 and published on YouTube first by ArtAlienTV – 15th June 2014. This is a remake with remastered images. Image Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/MSSS National Aeronautics and Space Administration ✔ NASA image links: Gigapan Credit to Todd “Feel free to ask for any information regarding the objects/phenomena shown here. See you soon for another game of Interplanetary I spy”. Keep searching! Joe White – ArtAlienTV 👉 GET THE FREE ArtAlienTV APP HERE – Powerful space research app – Over 20 Million space images. ******************************************************* […]


  • Charles Park 1 year ago

    Rover Poop…!!!

  • William Roberts 1 year ago

    Fulgurite maybe.

  • Cant be fungi spores from the rover. fungi need food, like us, they cannot produce proteins like plants do.

  • peter saika 1 year ago

    That's pretty cool. Is it just me or do two of those rocks look like old fashioned type cars? One with running boards and the other a delivery van! Obviously the "cactus" is a flintstone traffic light.

    The similarities are awesome, a good laugh as a composition.

  • Ray Beekman 1 year ago

    Looks like some type of crablike animal partly buried vertically

  • Toby Westfall 1 year ago

    Those r stones in the background..thats y there not making a shadow

  • Kyle Lambert 1 year ago

    It's a bunch of rocks lol… Have you ever looked at rocks that weren't in your own back yard? The branch you see is another rock behind it… Just because it looks like something doesn't mean it is that, rocks come in almost all shapes and sizes… P. S. The mushrooms are called blueberries, they are very crunchy.

  • Lux Fuzzling 1 year ago

    The shadows are difficult to figure out but I think there's a 'limb' coming straight off the front toward the camera too. Perspective just makes it blend in with the 'trunk'. Who knows though, hard to tell.

  • Cesar Gonzalez 1 year ago

    This was once under water the acidty cause this. Mystery solved.

  • Dart Gar 1 year ago

    I have seen a sculpture in a museum where the tree trunk was used with the roots as hair and the trunk as the face. I have seen the roots used as neck veins. This could be a sculpture made out of a tree trunk.

  • MeT L Head 1 year ago

    Hey Joe,
    The last clip, to me, looks like one of the mini-humanoids peeking out of the top of his home/passage to underground. Of course, pure conjecture on my part.

  • Herb Wag 1 year ago

    Looks like a rock weathered into an odd shape to me.

  • Oscar Lopez 1 year ago

    The tree like object appear to have 2 lizard like creatures as can see the head and eyes ( white figure on the right )

  • Oscar Lopez 1 year ago

    The object shown in section 3:14 of video looks like part of a tree

  • Oscar Lopez 1 year ago

    In section 1:15 of video there’s a white object that looks like a bird

  • Dalek 2150 1 year ago

    If they are mushrooms, that's exciting news for the 'Mars One' folks….even if they are in limbo.
    My opinion, it's fossilized coral as I believe Mars had sea life in the past.

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