A mysterious image recently appeared and it’s showing something incredible. A spherical object, seemingly a cannonball, surfaces on the exterior of the Red Planet.
UFO followers immediately started speculating about a cannonball being a possible evidence of an old war that has taken place on Mars.
NASA’s Curiosity Rover droid, which is currently exploring the surface of Mars, took this image. The space agency publishes the images this droid is taking back to them for the wide public.
The alleged war straightaway suggested Mars could have held life in the past.
This clip emerged on YouTube and along made many wild guesses about what could it be.
UFO hunter Scott C. Waring wrote on UFO Sightings Daily that the ball appeared to be surrounded by ‘the fragments of a once civilization’.
Moreover, he hypothesized that this civilization might have disappeared exactly because of the war circumstances.
Humankind still hasn’t found a concrete evidence of extraterrestrial life. Although pretty close, the game is still on for accurate proof. And now, some Mars enthusiasts believe they’ve found it in a form of a cannonball.
Waring also stated he strongly believes this kind of balls were shot toward Mars on purpose, to destroy their atmosphere.
“This projectile is sitting on the surface above all the wrecked stone structures around it.”
“What I mean is large enough man-made meteor shower could strip Mars of its atmosphere and thus, destroy all or most life on the planet surface,” he added.
We have heard numerous conspiracy theories about ancient civilizations that once lived on Mars and wiped out because of some alleged intergalactic war, which destroyed the Martian atmosphere.
The new cannonball has only fed the theory even more.
On the other hand, NASA politely denied the theory that the Red Planet hides an actual cannonball that belongs to an ancient space war.
Of course, if you think that NASA is hiding extraterrestrial evidence like many others, you probably won’t believe their explanation.
UFO hunters are positive that the spherical objects are indeed cannonballs that somehow ended on Mars, trying to ruin its habitable comfort.