Curiosity photographed a mysterious bright glow on Mars

Curiosity captured an abnormally bright glow on the surface of Mars . The photographs show a vertical strip of bright light, which seems to break out of the bowels of the Red Planet.

The image from the navigation camera (Navcam) clearly shows a bright spot in the upper corner of the image. Most likely due to the collision of cosmic rays with a light detector or the brilliance of sunlight on the rocks.

American ufologist Scott Waring, the first to post these photos in his online publication, suggested that these were traces of the presence of UFOs.
Waring writes that this is clearly not sun glare, just like this glow can not be an artifact of shooting.
This is not a glare from the sun, nor is it an artifact of the photo process. Look closely at the bottom of the light. It has a very flat surface giving us 100% indiction it is from the surface. Sure NASA could go and investigate it, but hey, they are not on Mars to discovery life, but there to stall its discovery.

Justin Mackie, one of the laboratory's employees, says that they observe such phenomena almost every week. He also adds that usually they can quickly determine the likely source of such a glow based on images from two cameras. But in this case, it is probably more difficult to say something because of the limited view of the second camera.

Doug Ellison from the NASA lab, a man who would really like to find signs of life on Mars, suggested a more likely solution. He tweeted that "the glow is the result of cosmic rays, and not signs of little green men."

High energy particle fluxes are a technical issue. It is likely that the beam hit Curiosity and killed a piece of data from the camera, since the light appeared only on the camera on the right side, and not on the left, which made the next image at the same time.

PS thought Zelenyikot would publish. But maybe he just found this note not worth attention)

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