We have made an EXTRAORDINARY Martian discovery … and a confirmation.
The discovery part is that, as the NASA Perseverance rover was descending the last few miles to the Martian surface on its parachute, two on-board rover cameras — independenty — recorded amazing images of “an ancient, geometric GLASS dome” arcing over the intended “Percy” landing site — in Jezero Crater!
Remarkably, portions of this ancient glass construction are still standing … and can be seen in the thousands of descending Percy video images as “a detailed, highly geometric array of surviving lattice work …” seen projected against a pitch black Martian sky ….
The “confirmation” part of this discovery, involves one of our own Enterprise Imaging Team members, Ron Gerbron — who, for years, based on extensive analysis of other Martian surface imagery, has argued for the necessary existance of “ancient, domed-in agricultural craters …” scattered across the currently arid and almost airless Martian landscape.
A way for “the last surviving Martians” to literally STAY ALIVE … as Mars continued to slowly die around them ….
Join us … for a reconstructed tale of “the last 40,000 years of Martian history … before The Last Martians — our own ancestors! — were forced to come to the only place in the entire solar system where they could continue to survive–
“The Planet Earth!”
Richard C. Hoagland
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1- Galilean Moon Laplace resonance animation-2
2- Silent Running Dome
5- PW Comparison
6- show-Mariner 4_ MRO-cmbo
7- Show Buildings-1
8- Show Ground Sculpture
10- Shows Glare – 4
11- Show Glare-1
12- Show Glare-2
13- Show Glare-3
1- Jezero Shattered Domes
2- Mysterious Domes
4- In For a Landing
Member of the Enterprise Mission Imaging Team
Ron is a proudly uncredentialed polymath with a deep interest in the study of archeology, especially Martian archeology. Ron was raised on a farm in Pennsylvania collecting arrowheads as a child. He found the programmatic aspect of education too limiting after attending a famous Quaker school in PA. Ahead of his studies and his time, he attempted to contort himself into attending college; before he gave up on academia and left to travel overseas. Throughout all this time, he has focused his core attention on the metrology of our paleo history, particularly on other planets, and especially Mars.
Andrew A. Currie began his artistic career as a community public artist, working with neighbourhood groups to create murals in schools and community centres. As a graphic designer and illustrator, he serviced small to large Canadian companies. For the past decade, he has worked as a storyboard artist and concept illustrator in film and television, and in commercial tv advertising. Andrew has a Bachelor of Arts from The University of British Columbia, a diploma in graphic design and illustration, and a Masters in Art Therapy.