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Artificial Structures on Mars

Originally broadcast live on Thursday, April 5, 2001

To view the photos being presented in the press conference, click here.


Widely published astronomer, Dr. Thomas Van Flandern takes Q&A and presents findings representing contributions by dozens of researchers, including physicists, geologists, engineers, and image processing specialists from several organizations.

The presentation materials include photographic evidence from NASA's Mars Global Surveyor spacecraft, as well as independent photographic analysis. Several of these images have not previously been made public.

Other topics discussed include the following:

  • The posture of NASA and its contractor, JPL, toward evidence of anomalous features.
  • Difficulties in obtaining proper consideration from primary peer review journals.
  • The urgent need for retargeting of the Mars Global Surveyor towards specific areas of high interest in connection with potential artifacts before the spacecraft runs out of maneuvering fuel later this year.

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