NASA Released Pictures of Alien Appearance on Mars

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A new NASA image from Mars shows an alien appearance, and it may be proof of a UFO landing. The rush to explore Mars by several countries has raised a lot of questions concerning alien life. NASA has not openly admitted aliens exist on the Red Planet, but they keep releasing photos of pretty convincing evidence that they do. This latest photo is definitely shocking, and for the first time, it shows the difference between a UFO landing and a crater.

NASA is trying to tell the public that alien life does exist on Mars; new image shows UFO landing

The amount of alien activity that has been reported lately is amazing. Never before in history have so many UFO sightings been shared with the world. Even NASA is posting images of possible UFO landings on Mars. YouTube channel UFOvni2012 posted the latest video. And it shows a perfect circular flying saucer shape on the Red Planet.

The UFO image on Mars is most certainly no crater, and NASA knows it is the latest alien appearance

When this normally comes up, officials say it is a crater on the planet. However, this time, the photo shows a crater side by side with the circular imprint. It is certainly no crater, and many believe it is, in fact, a UFO landing pad. The YouTube video looks at the evidence in detail and shows the difference between a UFO landing pad and a crater. As well as never seen before spaceship dimensions.

The latest alien video shares UFO details with the public; NASA is not happy about the Mars photos

Some believe that NASA is intentionally trying to show the public in videos and photos that aliens do exist. This may be the reason behind the space agency’s latest photo of an alien on Mars. The video shows the dimensions of a UFO and how a spaceship would perfectly fit into the circular shape found on the Red Planet. It gives never seen before details of a UFO. And it is strange how they know so much. Is YouTube a secret government website?