From Mars Global Surveyor,
orbit 37, image #4: Traverse Highlands Channel Arda Valles and Massifs

Latitude:      -18.69°

Longitude:     33.71°

When I first viewed this area in the MGS archives, what caught my eye was the parallel grooves and other linear features. ab103704_c2_slwAfter processing with Maximum Entropy Deconvolution, the details have become more visible. Study this area closely, you may be surprised at what you may find…

 

ab103704_detail_2xThis is a 2x enlargement of the terraces and surrounding area

Above images copyright © Steve Wingate and Anomalous Images. All rights reserved.

 The following images bear a startling resemblance to the terrace discovered on Mars. Could these features have been inspired, and perhaps even built, by the same intelligent beings?

MachuPicchuTerraces_c_50The same intensive farming methods used in the mountains of Peru would be very well adapted to the thin atmosphere of Mars when water and life may have been abundant in the distant past, before the cataclysm. 

 

Terraces at Machu Picchu, Peru

This image copyright © Clive Ruggles, University of Leicester

PisaqIncaTerrace_slw1_50Pisaq, Peru

 

This image copyright © Clive Ruggles, University of Leicester

Pisaq_slw1_50

Inca Terrace at Pisaq

This image copyright © Clive Ruggles, University of Leicester

All images above processed by Steve Wingate and Anomalous Images.

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