Old video from unkown source provides detailed analysis regarding the Phobos 2 incident. Some of the footage is unique making this video essential to anyone learning the facts behind the event. Both parts are included here.
A distinctive feature on the suface of Phobos has attracted the attention of scientists and UFO researchers alike since the publication of highly detailed images in 1998 by NASA taken by the Mars Global Surveyor. A monolith about 85 meters wide is clearly evident in images SPS252603 and SPS255103. It is large enough to cast […]
Phobos and Deimos were first identified by American astronomer Asaph Hall in 1877 while working at the US Naval Observatory. Using the worlds largest refracting telescope, the UNSO 26 inch (66 cm) telescope, Hall made a number of significant astronomical discoveries. (Wiki) He also named a major feature on Phobos, The Stickney Crater, after his […]
Phobos is oblong, with dimensions of 27 × 22 × 18 km and orbits about 6,000 km from the Martian surface. That’s closer to home than any other moon in our system. It orbits around Mars faster than Mars itself can rotate. An observer on the surface of Mars will see Phobos pass completely across […]
The origins of both Mars moons, Phobos and Deimos, continues to be highly controversial among elite scientists. Primarily because both are unique among all other known planetary satellites. Infrared observations suggest a high concentration of phyllosilicates, which are alomost untraceable on the Martian surface. A recent spectra has revealed many of its compounds to be […]