ANOTHER Mars Photo Anomaly: Crashed Star Wars “Star Destroyer” Spotted?


Between spider-crab aliens, space lizards, and women in barely-there-dresses, it has been quite the few weeks for NASA’s Mars Curiosity Rover‘s photographs of the red planet.

Now, UFO lovers and space enthusiasts alike are claiming they have made another astonishing discovery in one of the Mars Curiosity Rover photographs.  They believe they have spotted a crashed space craft – and it looks eerily similar to the infamous “Star Destroyer” spaceship from “Star Wars”.


According to  “I found this anomaly in the latest Curiosity Rover photo. The black object looks like a crashed UFO,” wrote UFO Sightings contributor Scott C. Waring.

He added that the “craft” is only about 2.5 to 3 meters across, “so it probably only held a few passengers.”


Anyone familiar with Star Wars will recognize the similarities the object’s shape seems to have with the film franchise’s famous Star Destroyers – warships known for their firepower, which causes enemy ships to surrender or be destroyed. Though the fictional vessels were some 500 times larger than the object found on Mars.

Admittedly, it may seem a bit far-fetched – so perhaps its best you come to your own conclusion about the newest mystery object found on Mars.

And while you decide whether the image resembles a real-life Star Wars spacecraft, Waring and other space enthusiasts will be anxiously awaiting any future photos.

It’s not the first intriguing object to be photographed by Curiosity. Just two days ago, UFO lovers claimed to have spotted a “lizard” on “high alert” over the presence of the rover.


Earlier this month, ‘space boobs’ also were reportedly spotted on Mars, with UFO believers saying they spotted an alien“woman with breasts and long hair.” But it’s not just women and lizards apparently wandering around the Red Planet. An “awesome Martian space crab” also caught the eye of ufologists this month. 

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