Friday, December 07, 2012

Space Agency: Phobos Is Artificial


The prestigious European Space Agency has declared Phobos, the mysterious Martian moon, to be artifical. At least one-third of it is hollow and it’s origin is not natural, but alien in nature. The ESA is Europe’s counterpart to NASA. Could this revelation motivate NASA to release the secrets it’s harboring? Don’t count on it

Proven right: Dr. Iosif Samuilovich Shklovsky
Phobos first believed artificial by famous astrophysicist
Astrophysicist Dr. Iosif Samuilovich Shklovsky first calculated the orbital motion of the Martian satellite Phobos. He came to the inescapable conclusion that the moon is artificial and hollow–basically a titanic spaceship.
The Russian astronomer, Dr. Cherman Struve, spent months calculating the two Martian moons’ orbits with extreme accuracy during the early 20th Century. Studying the astronomer’s notes, Shklovsky realized as the years progressed into decades Phobos’s orbital velocity and position no longer matched Struve’s mathematically predicted position.
After lengthy study of the tidal, gravitic, and magnetic forces, Shklovsky came to the firm conclusion that no natural causes could account for the origins of the two odd moons or their bizarre behavior, particularly that exhibited by Phobos.
The moons were artificial. Someone or something built them.
How Mars appeared many millions of years ago
During an interview about the mysterious Martian moon Shklovsky explained: “There’s only one way in which the requirements of coherence, constancy of shape of Phobos, and its extremely small average density can be reconciled. We must assume that Phobos is a hollow, empty body, resembling an empty tin can.”
For decades most of mainstream science ignored Shklovsky’s breakthrough work, until the ESA began to take a closer look at the odd little moon.

ESA study declares Phobos not natural
The ESA study abstract that appeared in the peer-reviewed Geophysical Research Letters reveals that Phobos is not what many astrophysicists and astronomers believed for generations: a captured asteroid.
“We report independent results from two subgroups of the Mars Express Radio Science (MaRS) team who independently analyzed Mars Express (MEX) radio tracking data for the purpose of determining consistently the gravitational attraction of the moon Phobos on the MEX spacecraft, and hence the mass of Phobos. New values for the gravitational parameter (GM=0.7127 ± 0.0021 x 10-³ km³/s²) and density of Phobos (1876 ± 20 kg/m³) provide meaningful new constraints on the corresponding range of the body’s porosity (30% ± 5%), provide a basis for improved interpretation of the internal structure. We conclude that the interior of Phobos likely contains large voids. When applied to various hypotheses bearing on the origin of Phobos, these results are inconsistent with the proposition that Phobos is a captured asteroid.”

Casey Kazan writes in ESA: Mars Moon Phobos ‘Artificial,’ that “the official ESA Phobos website contained explicit scientific data, from multiple perspectives, which strongly ‘supported the idea that this is what radar echoes would look like, coming back from inside ‘a hugegeometric hollow spaceship’. In fact, they were the primary source of the decidedly ‘internal, 3-D geometric-looking’ radar signature. The concurrence of all three of these independent Mars Express experiments- ‘imaging,’ ‘internal mass distribution,’ (tracking) and ‘internal radar imaging’ now agreed that ‘the interior of Phobos’ is partially hollow with internal, geometric ‘voids’ inside it.’ Meaning that Phobos is artificial.”
In other words, phobos is not a natural satellite, is not a “captured asteroid,” and is hollow. This is exactly what Dr. Shklovsky found back in the 1960s.
Phobos was artificially constructed and placed into Martian orbit by…what?
Phobos: what is it?
Data reveals Phobos is not natural. As of now there isn’t enough information to discover exactly what the Martian moon is, but there are several intriguing possibilities.

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Bob said...

Well, the possibility does exist that Mars was once populated by some form of species.

When that humongous asteroid hit perhaps the then existing Martians had seen it coming and hollowed out Phobos as a orbiting lifeboat, stuffing as many as they could inside, intending to return after things settled down.

But when the asteroid hit it blew away the Martian atmosphere, so the surviving Martians in their hollowed-out space rock had no place to go and just died off in what became an orbiting coffin.

Hollowed-out Phobos just may contain the records - and the remains - of an entire civilization.

That would be so cool.

Mr. Shife said...

This is really fascinating stuff. Really enjoyed reading all of this stuff. So what do I think? Alien ship, superbomb, or uncompleted project? Not sure but I like the alien ship idea. Have a good one.

texlahoma said...

Bob - I like the way you can consider possibilities. That's kind of what I do, instead of just knee jerk rejecting them.

Mr. Shife - You are pretty open minded too, or you wouldn't be here, probably. I kind of like Bob's thought, a lifeboat. It makes sense, they knew some kind of disaster was coming, an overwhelming disaster, but thought maybe they could make something that would make it through. I don't know, but it's fun to speculate.

Bob said...

Maybe they didn't all die...

Maybe they took the ships that got them to Phobos, loaded them back up, and aimed for earth.

And just maybe a few of those ships made it.

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