It is a well known fact among the space anomaly hunter community that NASA is deliberately blurring or adjusting all or part of any mars anomalies photos released to the public. This is know by the term: NASA-ty editing. Click on any of the images to see the zoomed version.
The aurora, one among many astronomical phenomena referred to as polar lights (aurora polaris), ar shafts or curtains of coloured light visible sometimes within the night sky.
Polar lights (aurora polaris) are a phenomenon found in each the northern and southern hemispheres which will be really awe inspiring. Aurora also are referred to as by their scientific name, northern lights, and aurora are referred to as southern lights.
Have a look at alienstudy.com’s top 5 awe inspiring and humbling space photos to help you wonder about where it all came from and what is still out there.
5. The sunset on Mars
A seven month journey all the way to Mars was endured by the Mars Rover Spirit. The Spirit’s mission was to find evidence of water in the Gusev Crater which was created ages ago by an asteroid or comet impact. This beautiful photo of a sunset on Mars was taken by the Mars Rover on its way to Gusev from the location known as Husband Hill. Check out this video of the sunset on Mars as captured by the Mars Rover Curiosity.
On April 29, 2007 Alberto Mayer (amateur Astronomer) from Busto Arisizio, Italy found an incredible discovery almost by accident. He says that while adjusting the focus of his telescope that night at 10:52 pm, when he spotted and tracked on video a UFO as it flew across the surface of the moon.