190-meters UFO spacecraft crash on Mars, Alien hunters claim (video) : The latest bizarre claim causing a stir on multiple UFO forums is the alleged discovery of a crashed “alien UFO mothership” in a NASA photo of the Martian surface. Although some UFO fans who got carried away by the excitement of the latest fantastic UFO claim argued that NASA astronauts might still be able to fly the alleged piece of advanced alien technology abandoned on Mars, skeptics dismissed the wild UFO speculation, ascribing the alleged sighting to the overactive imaginations of conspiracy theorists.
The alleged saucer-shaped alien UFO stuck in Martian soil is more like a natural geological formation on the Martian surface. The “alien UFO spaceship” was spotted by UFO hunter UFOvni2012 in a photo of the Martian terrain taken by NASA’s Mars Global Surveyor (MGS). “A UFO… 190 meters wide, impacted the [Martian] surface at a low angle ending up half buried in the soil.”
According to UFOvni2012, in a video uploaded to YouTube on November 21, 2016, titled “UFO Crash Site on Mars, 190 Meters Wide Alien Spacecraft (MSSS),” a 190-meter-wide mound spotted in a photograph of the Martian surface taken by NASA’s MGS was in fact the remains of a crashed alien spacecraft half-buried in Martian soil.
The craft, according to UFOvni2012, was spotted in the Medusa Fossae, a geological formation located at roughly 5°S 213°E, near the Tharsis and Elysium volcanic areas of the planet.
UFOvni2012 alleged that NASA has deliberately kept the image secret by hiding it away in an obscure website location for years as part of the agency’s UFO non-disclosure policy. But now, eagle-eyed alien hunters have discovered the image and are revealing the “truth” about alien technology on Mars to the world.
In his analysis of the image, UFOvni2012 claimed that the photographic evidence suggests a massive, saucer-shaped alien UFO, about 190 meters wide (623 feet), that crashed into the Martian atmosphere hundreds, thousands, or millions of years ago and then impacted on the ground at a low angle.