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23rd January 2008

Bigfoot on Mars? NASA captures alien figure

BY Gary Cleland

Telegraph.co.uk


Is this the picture that proves that there is life on Mars? And the existence of Bigfoot?

It certainly is - if you believe the current crop of rumours whizzing around cyberspace after the image was captured on the surface of the Red Planet.

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The photograph, taken in 2004 by the Mars explorer Spirit, appears to show a human shaped object that looks startingly like previous photographs purporting to have captured Bigfoot.

Unsurprisingly, conspiracy theorists have had a field day. One blogger wrote: “My first thought: It’s Bigfoot! If you show me another rock in another photo of Mars that naturally looks like that, I will reconsider. “Doesn’t look very much alive though.”

Another added: “These pictures are amazing. I couldn’t believe my eyes when I saw what appears to be a naked alien running around on Mars.”

And one more said: “It’s definitely Bigfoot. That’s why we’ve not been able to find him on Earth, he’s gone to Mars.”

However not everyone is convinced - one blogger despaired: “Ah, the human eye can be tricked so easily.”

Spirit, sent to Mars to capture images from the surface of the planet, is one half of a $820m (410m) mission, along with its twin explorer, Opportunity.

It landed on Mars in January 2004 for a three month mission to search Gusev Crater, a rock strewn stretch of soil that scientists believe could be the bed of an ancient lake. If Mars once had surface water, it had the potential to support life.


© Copyright of Telegraph Media Group Limited 2008