A Wedge and Dome Formation Set within the Flat Plains of Libya MontesAuthor(s): Haas GJ, Saunders WR, Miller JS and Dale MA
This is an examination of a wedge and dome-shaped structure observed within the flat plains of the Libya Montes region on Mars. Supportive images are provided by the Mars Odyssey and Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter spacecraft. The images reveal an anomalous structure composed of a triangular and circular component, resembling a keyhole-shape formation that exhibits a unique set of geometric measurements. The claim of intelligent design is offered and a geologist and geoscientist examine natural mechanisms that could contribute to the formation of these combined features. A terrestrial comparison of aesthetic and iconographic motifs is investigated. Further study and a request for additional images of these facial components are also encouraged.