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For most people, space analysis is amazing as we are constantly going beyond anything we once thought possible to relay advice from far away planets. For others, that just isn’t quite enough. beamed back to Earth from Mars taken by the Curiousity rover seem to offer a alluring insight into the Red Planet owing to clearer-than- ever- before footage. NASA

Spotted Figure: The figure of a ‘woman’ on the planet but allegedly it’s tiny But for the more artistic among us, the photos offer much more than simple glimpses of rock on a desolate desert mural – they show signs of life. Wwhile NASA aren’t pursuing these leads just yet, that doesn’t mean that there aren’t mermaids, World War One helmets and UFO on the planet. NASA

Construction prowess: The Egyptians ostensibly made it to space Because conspiracy-theorists have been doing some research of their own and have reached some amazing conclusions. For instance, many believe they have spotted an Egyptian Pyramid on the planet. NASA

Siren Sighted: This allegedly shows a mermaid on Mars Others say they can clearly see a human skull, a drift sphere and even a human woman. But don’t rush to blockade your front door in fear of a Martian attack just yet, as the female-shaped figure would only be 8cm tall once angle has been taken into account, logician predict. NASA

Wild Life: A rat said to be on Mars by people with an dramatic artistry The latest wave in theories has been reignited after a popular UFO-spotting website said a UFO may have landed on Mars. Writing on the UFO Delay website, Scott C Waring said: “I found this anomaly in the latest Rover photo. The black object looks like a crashed UFO. NASA

Crash Landing: This ‘spaceship’ has got theorists’ tongues wagging craft is only about 2.5-3 meters across, so it probably only held a few passengers. Since many of the figures we found on Mars are about 5-8 cm tall, then we can conclude that his [sic] ship could carry about 20-40 passengers.” But, as always, those cold water analyst have poured cold water on the theories with their silly, rational, educated reasoning. NASA

Close Up: An ‘iguana’ seen on the planet – but is it just a rock? Speaking to CNN, Ashwin Vasavada, a analyst who works on the Mars rover project, said: “We have color HD cameras on this rover that far exceed anything ever sent to the planet before. yet in order to find these things that kind of trick your brain into thinking it’s a mermaid or whatever, you do have to zoom in where it’s kind of a fuzzy shadow at that He could be attributing to a anomaly called pareidolia, which is where your brain recognises a familiar object or pattern even though its not actually there. Or could he be wrong? You decide.