Aliens on Mars? Crashed UFO ‘found’ on Red Planet

A strange triangular-shaped object has been found buried on the surface of Mars and some believe it is a sign of a crashed UFO.

Published: 14th November 2017 12:25 PM  |   Last Updated: 14th November 2017 03:35 PM   |  A+A-

(Photo: NASA)

By ANI

NEW DELHI: A strange triangular-shaped object has been found buried on the surface of Mars and some believe it is a sign of a crashed UFO.

A video uploaded to YouTube by conspiracy theorist channel SecureTeam10 revealed the discovery.

The video narrator said: “There is no doubt that there is something of an almost perfect triangular-shaped nature, albeit a little dented up and a little warped, but it doesn’t look like it belongs there.”

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Speaking about the close proximity of the “crashed UFO” to the “alien base”, he added: “When you find another object in the same general area that again looks out of place. We have found these domes on multiple planets and moons.”

Image released by NASA

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“Even NASA and our own space agencies have talked about getting us to the moon and establishing bases have drawn up their plans using the exact same thing – domes,” he continued.

“Could that be what we’re seeing here? A camouflage among this crater field. Or is this some sort of ancient relic?” the narrator asked. 

Image released by NASA
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