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    Examination of Asteroid Photographs. ET Bases?

    Dare I say it, but there does appear to be structures on the surface of this "not to little asteroid" .

    In the better resolution of the rock, we see something that appears to be completely artificial! And by the looks of the scale below, one could easily fly a craft right under what looks like a "canopy" of sorts.







    The image below has been turned 180 degrees. Note the shadow line of the canopy.

    That entire canopy is about the size of the lower 10 floors of the Empire State Building.

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    Examination of Asteroid Photographs. ET Bases?

    As more scientific probes get up close photographs of our solar system's asteroids, some anomalies become apparent.
    Have a look, tell us what you see.
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    Here's an interesting angle perspective of Bennu.

    The more I look at these early images, the more I am convinced this asteroid is "more than just a rock"

    The "structure" for want of a better locution, continues in my view, to show form. The question is does it have a function?

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    As I understand it, the probe is traveling alongside the Bennu Asteroid right now, soon to be placed in orbit.
    Many more pictures to come.
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    Sounds like some interesting new photos will be up soon!

    NASA’s asteroid probe just entered orbit around Bennu in a record-breaking maneuver
    by Mike Wehner


    NASA’s OSIRIS-REx asteroid probe arrived at its target, a large space rock known as Bennu, in early December. The spacecraft’s mission will take several years to complete, but it hit a major milestone to close out 2018 by entering orbit around Bennu. It might not sound like much, but it’s actually a major accomplishment for NASA, and it’s set a couple of new records in the process.
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