The Hubble Telescope was aimed at Mars in August of 2010 during our closest approach to the Red Planet in our recorded history, for virtually a once-in-a-lifetime observation opportunity.
While taking photos of Mars, an as yet un-announced number were taken of Deimos, Mars smallest moon, and now that astronomers have gotten around to this particular batch, some startling closeups have been revealed of what genuinely appears to be artificial structures on this odd-shaped rock.
Back in July of 1988, Russia launched two satellites toward Mars to explore the two Mars moons, little Deimos and much larger Phobos. The one launched toward Deimos disappeared in an apparent explosion as it neared the moon. The one aimed at Phobos did arrive safely but upon completing it’s orbital alignment with Phobos, it also “disappeared”. Not, however, before taking pictures that showed a spindle-shaped shadow between it and the surface of Mars as the satellite was in it’s alignment phase.
The Russians interpreted that shadow as being a space ship, at that time, and still do. The very last photo taken by the satellite was of a huge, approximately 20 km. long, 1.5 diameter object next to Phobos that is thought to be the object that cast the shadow on Mars. Directly after that the satellite was somehow destroyed.
With these latest Hubble observations, it looks like we may finally have proof that at least one alien race is sharing our little solar system with us. No doubt I’ll have a lot more to report on this by next APRIL FIRST.