Monday, May 26, 2008

300C Spotted by Phoenix on Mars

After nearly 10 months speeding across 422 million miles (679 million km), the Phoenix spacecraft just landed yesterday. After plunging into the Martian atmosphere to land near the north pole of Mars. They are proud of their accomplishment as they should be for a fantastic job. But Deborah Bass, Phoenix's deputy principal investigator at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) in Pasadena, California said "The feeling around here is that we are cautiously optimistic." What you did not hear from them was the strange initial photograph that showed what appears to be two 300C racing off in the distance. Here it is smuggled out from the secret mission control Pasadena, California, as you can see the scientists looking with wonder at the 300C

Last year, remember NASA'S Mars Exploration Rover Spirit had captured a westward view from atop a low plateau where Spirit spent the closing months of 2007. It seemed to be a photo of a Martian getting into a Chrysler 300C

In this photo the 300C are even clearer, so there can't be any more argument about intelligent life on Mars. I don't believe the whole project was just a drylab do you ? The question remains did the Martians import the 300C or did they do reverse engineering and create their own version? Time will tell.


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