Sunday, March 22, 2015

Nuclear-Scale Explosions in the Blue Skies of Mars? | Mushroom Cloud imaged by India’s Mars Orbiter confirms huge explosion on Mars October 2014

This is an interesting perspective on the recent Martian activity from last year. 

There were rumors about off world bases being destroyed by an ET alliance, but I can not confirm that account with any supportive data at present. Possibly this is a volcanic activity as a result of changes in our solar system; the 'build-up' discussed in RS Theory proponents such as Daniel. 

If more data is released we'll issue an update accordingly. 
- Justin

Source - Nexus Illuminati

India’s Mars Orbiter captured something strange in the gigantic Valles Marineris Canyon of Mars. The image shows a huge mushroom cloud and we may wonder whether it is an enormous rare dust wind cloud, or caused by a (nuclear or methane) explosion. (See video).

Let's see if something has happened on Mars in the period between September 1, 2014 till present day (February 6, 2015.)



ISRO launched the Mars Orbiter on November 5, 2013. After leaving earth, the orbiter will have to endure the interplanetary space for 300 days before Mars capture, which means the Mars orbiter arrived around September 1, 2014.

The close passage of Comet Siding Spring to the planet Mars occurred on October 19, 2014.

Directly after its passage, a huge explosion was detected on Mars.

At the moment of the close passage of comet Siding Spring to the planet, NASA cut off the live feed, but Dr.Fritz Helmut Hemmerich was able to make a video from 1200-meters at Tenerife in the Canary Islands showing comet Siding Spring immediately after its Mars encounter and a huge explosion.

Despite NASA cut the live feed in order to hide what was going on during the passage of the comet last year, the image published on ISRA's website probably gives the answer.

Although we cannot really prove it, we may assume that ISRO’s image of the mushroom cloud confirms that the huge explosion was the result of an enormous impact on mars caused by a chunk of rock coming from comet Siding Spring or its tail. [More likely a huge electric discharge between the two celestial bodies – N.I. Ed]

The image can be found on the website of ISRO. The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) is the space agency of the Indian government. It is among the largest government space agencies in the world.

Below, Dr.Fritz Helmut Hemmerich's video of comet Siding Spring post-encounter with Mars and the huge explosion.







Siding Spring Comet Causes Huge Explosion on Mars?

 

  

 


by Eric Blair

It appears that the passing of the Siding Spring comet has caused a massive explosion on the surface of Mars. Private researcher Dr. Fritz Helmut Hemmerich made this video from 1200-meters at Tenerife in the Canary Islands showing comet Siding Spring immediately after its Mars encounter.

Those who follow us on Twitter may know that we predicted this might happen. Here's our Tweet from 3 days ago referencing the comet passage of Mars with the Moon bombing:

I get the same vibe from the once-in-a-million-year Mars comet that has potential to blast the surface as from the U.S. nuking the Moon.
— Activist Post (@ActivistPost) October 17, 2014

I'm one who believes that the official space program is light years behind what they're actually capable of. Gary McKinnon hacked NASA in 2002 and uncovered lists of "non-terrestrial officers" and other technical data strongly suggesting the existence of an advanced secret space program.

If you've ever studied the secret space programs you may have seen this coming too. There's quite a bit of evidence that intelligently designed structures exist on both Mars and the Moon. Most seem like ruins from long-lost space travelers, but some appear to be very modern bases. (Google and YouTube it and have fun)

The confusion about why NASA actually bombed the Moon in 2009 persists today. The official story was to see if it would release frozen water, but the results were considered inconclusive as NASA called it a "flop" and said they "may have struck a dry hole."

However, many believe, like I do, that the true intention of the Moon bombing was to cover-up structures on the Moon's surface that would be visible to the lay person or another government in the near future.



Ditto for this explosion on Mars. Ask yourself why NASA or any other major space agency hasn't reported this explosion yet. Surely it would make sexy headlines for space fans.

As space travel and viewing becomes exponentially cheaper, and with multiple private and public Mars colonies in the works, the truth of what really exists on Mars was going to be exposed one way or another. Until now, that is, since this blast seems to have engulfed the entire Earth-facing surface of Mars...

Tell me what you think....
  

  

What colour is MARS?

Some people say the planet looks a lot more like home than we think

 

 

 

  • In 1976 Nasa's Viking 1 sent back an image of Mars with blue skies

  • Nasa claimed image had yet to be calibrated with right colour balance

  • Some conspiracy theorists have questioned Nasa's calibration methods

  • Nasa admits it isn't an exact science and often uses different versions 



The debate involves Mars – the so-called 'red planet' – which conspiracy theorists believe is in fact more blue and green.

They argue the space agency has manipulated the colour of images from Mars to appear red, orange and pink, in what they claim is an attempt to mask life on the planet.



The debate has raged since the 1970s when Nasa's Viking 1 lander became the first spacecraft to touch down on the red planet/ Its initial images revealed what appeared to be a blue sky (right), but in reality Nasa says the planet has a red/orange sky. On the left is a processed image of what Nasa believes Mars to look like The debate has raged since the 1970s when Nasa's Viking 1 lander became the first spacecraft to touch down on the red planet/ Its initial images revealed what appeared to be a blue sky (right), but in reality Nasa says the planet has a red/orange sky. On the left is a processed image of what Nasa believes Mars to look like




The debate has raged since the 1970s when Nasa's Viking 1 lander became the first spacecraft to touch down on the red planet/ Its initial images revealed what appeared to be a blue sky (right), but in reality Nasa says the planet has a red/orange sky. On the left is a processed image of what Nasa believes Mars to look like

 

WHY DOES MARS APPEAR RED?

 

The sky on Earth is blue because of a phenomenon known as 'Rayleigh scattering', in which blue particles of light are scattered around by the atmosphere. 

On Mars, the reverse effect takes place. The dust in the atmosphere scatters the red particles of light, makes the sky appear red.

Nasa claims the sky appeared blue because Viking's filtered images still had to be calibrated with the right colour balance.

The debate has raged since the 1970s when Nasa's Viking 1 lander became the first spacecraft to touch down on the red planet, according to a report by Alan Boyle in NBC News.

Its initial images revealed what appeared to be a blue sky, similar to that seen on Earth, raising hopes that there may be Martian life.

Viking team member Carl Sagan announced at a press conference soon after: 'Despite the impression on these images, the sky is not blue...The sky is in fact pink.'

The sky on Earth is blue because of a phenomenon known as 'Rayleigh scattering', in which blue particles of light are scattered around by the atmosphere.

On Mars, the reverse effect takes place. The dust in the atmosphere scatters the red particles of light, makes the sky also appear red.

Nasa claims the sky appeared blue in the first Martian images because Viking's filtered photographs still had to be calibrated with the right colour balance.




Nasa sometimes uses different filters to depict Mars. The left image shows Mars as seen by the Hubble Space Telescope in July, 2001. Centre is Mars as seens by the Hubble Space Telescope in March, 1997. On the right is the red planet as seen by the Mars Global Surveyor in February, 2006 Nasa sometimes uses different filters to depict Mars. The left image shows Mars as seen by the Hubble Space Telescope in July, 2001. Centre is Mars as seens by the Hubble Space Telescope in March, 1997. On the right is the red planet as seen by the Mars Global Surveyor in February, 2006 Nasa sometimes uses different filters to depict Mars. The left image shows Mars as seen by the Hubble Space Telescope in July, 2001. Centre is Mars as seens by the Hubble Space Telescope in March, 1997. On the right is the red planet as seen by the Mars Global Surveyor in February, 2006



Nasa sometimes uses different filters to depict Mars. The left image shows Mars as seen by the Hubble Space Telescope in July, 2001. Centre is Mars as seen by the Hubble Space Telescope in March, 1997. On the right is the red planet as seen by the Mars Global Surveyor in February, 2006


The left version is the raw, unprocessed view as it is received directly from Mars. The centre is a guess of the 'natural' colour that humans would see if they visited Mars. The right version shows the result of white-balancing, which interprets the scene as if it were viewed under Earthlike lighting conditions

The left version is the raw, unprocessed view as it is received directly from Mars. The centre is a guess of the 'natural' colour that humans would see if they visited Mars. The right version shows the result of white-balancing, which interprets the scene as if it were viewed under Earthlike lighting conditions

But not everyone is convinced. Ron Levin, a researcher at Lockheed Martin stated in a report: 'An excess of red is found on all of the Martian blue and green panels.

'Such extreme illuminations are shown to be incompatible with the grey panels.

'It appears that the true raw image data have been modified prior to publication to convert the blue and green pixels to grey, rendering a grossly changed image.'


Conspiracy theorists have made wilder claims, with one writing: 'The images were falsely reddened to make it appear there was no life, no green algae or lichen on the plane.'

Today both the Opportunity and Curiosity rover have patches of colour attached to their instruments that are used in to adjust the reflected colour to a true likeness.


Is this what Mars really looks like? A mosaic from Nasa's Curiosity rover shows Mount Sharp in raw colour.  Nasa says raw colour is similar to the way the scene would look 'in a typical smart-phone camera photo'

Is this what Mars really looks like? A mosaic from Nasa's Curiosity rover shows Mount Sharp in raw colour.  Nasa says raw colour is similar to the way the scene would look 'in a typical smart-phone camera photo'

Pictured is the same scene after it has been given a white-balanced colour adjustment that turns the sky blue. Nasa sometimes does this to simulate Earth-like lighting, making it easier to analyse the geology

Pictured is the same scene after it has been given a white-balanced colour adjustment that turns the sky blue. Nasa sometimes does this to simulate Earth-like lighting, making it easier to analyse the geology


Professor claims sky on Mars is pink, not blue as reported in '76


As a result, pictures of Mars are usually altered to provide a red and pink tinge caused by the iron-heavy dust that fills the atmosphere.

But even Nasa admits this isn't an exact science.

Colour balance is a highly subjective and no two spacecraft use the same exact filters.

As well as this, people often perceive colours differently – as shown by the famous black and blue dress.

To clear up the debate, Nasa usually releases a number of different types of Mars imagery, which include the raw file, unprocessed colour pictures and true-colour versions.

To add to the confusion, the Curiosity rover recently found that the interior of Mars' rock 'Telegraph Peak' is in fact blue/grey.

To add to the confusion, the Curiosity rover recently found that the interior of Mars' rock 'Telegraph Peak' is in fact blue/grey


To add to the confusion, the Curiosity rover recently found that the interior of Mars' rock 'Telegraph Peak' is in fact blue/grey

Colour balance is a highly subjective and no two spacecraft use the same exact filters.As well as this, people often perceive colours differently – as shown by the famous black and blue dress 

Colour balance is a highly subjective and no two spacecraft use the same exact filters. As well as this, people often perceive colours differently – as shown by the famous black and blue dress 







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