Mars Rover is Fake; NASA is Lying?

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#NASA #MarsMars Rover is Fake; NASA is Lying : NASA’s rover just released a series of beautiful pictures from the surface of Mars. The captivating images really help bring the alien landscape to reality, however, just how real is it?

According to some, none of it. The agency is no stranger to these accusations. The same happened with the 1969 moon landing. Now, their red planet rovers are up for debate.

NUMBER OF NASA SKEPTICS RISING AT RAPID RATE DUE TO MARS HOAX

An increasing amount of people now believes that NASA’s Mars rover never  left the U.S.A in the first place. Allegedly, these red planet pictures are fake. Furthermore, some say that the Curiosity and Opportunity aren’t even active.

In fact, they rest in military hangars. The ones used now are actually a smaller and more convenient rover and they aren’t even in space. Instead, they call a remote Canadian island their home.

NASA USES REMOTE ISLAND TO STAGE MASSIVE MARS HOAX

Ever hear of Devon Island? Of course not. Devon island is apparently the most uninhabited island on Earth. If that’s true, then it seems like an excellent place for NASA to take fake photos of Mars. If you’re skeptical, go check out some pictures of Devon Island.

It’s hard to say that it doesn’t look eerily similar to the Martian surface. According to some, the space agency is using Devon Island for a simulated environment to prepare for the red planet. However, how does one explain the color filters?

NASA CAUGHT RED HANDED WITH MARS COLOR FILTERS

Allegedly, the cameras found on the mini rovers have color filters attached. Furthermore, there is proof of color editing on the final images. One can see that there is a fake, reddish hue. Contrary to popular belief, the red planet is not really that red at all.

It’s more of a dark brown. For those that though America’s lying ways died with the original space race, you are sadly mistaken. We live in an age where everything said should be challenged as false. Use the internet people. Teach yourself. Source: Clapway