Pasadena, California (IPP) - Jet Propulsion Lab (JPL) technicians operating the Mars rovers have photographed the installation of an anti-asteroid shield near the Martian equator.
A large mountain which has the appearance of a human face opened up and in a short amount of time it supplied the material used to erect the anti-asteroid shield.
The material is a pinkish glowing net-like structure which appears to be composed of a high energy plasma fluid which pulsates at a frequency of 833 gigahertz.
Astronomers on Earth were warned by the JPL technicians not to look at Mars through their telescopes without using special filters to block the dangerous effects generated by the shield. The JPL said the only way to safely observe the Martian planet with a telescope is by purchasing and using a special optical filter manufactured by the JPL. The filter is available for $19.99 and the preferred method of payment is through Paypal.