The Mars Orbiter Mission, also known by the informal name of Mangalyaan, was the first mission for the exploration of Mars of the Indian Space Research Organization (2014-2015) and orbiting around the Red Planet, had taken some images in the region of Nilosyrtis Mensae, an area of Mars located in the Casius quadrilateral, northwest of Utopia Planitia. In some of these spectacular photographs have been found, in addition to the MarHenge (the Martian Stonehenge), an area in which there are two stone circles with some scattered rocks but arranged in a circular way and which suggest two megalithic sites.
Researchers who discovered the first hill of megalithic rocks have renamed it “MarsHenge”, a sort of Martian Stonehenge. As mentioned above, in other images taken by Mars Orbiter Mangalyaan, two stone circles are visible, or circular rock formations, which suggest the presence of other megalithic sites in the Nilosyrtis Mensae region.
In the high resolution image of the MarHenge hill (photo below), you can see two stone circles and a square in its center. This is not the first time that rock formations and other mysterious structures have been observed in dozens of photos of Mars, then always arranged in a circle. We have found mysterious pyramids, domes, sphinxes and much more, but now this rock formation called MarsHenge continues to debate experts, passionate about U̳F̳O̳s and A̳l̳i̳e̳n̳s and then skeptics.
The mysterious formation rests on a mound that rises from the earth and is clearly visible as it is surrounded by a ditch. This mysterious rock formation clearly resembles the well-known Stonehenge in Britain and is very unlikely to be the result of Mother Nature.
Is it possible that we are facing the remains of an A̳n̳c̳i̳e̳n̳t̳ monument on Mars or an older construction? This indicates that A̳n̳c̳i̳e̳n̳t̳ a̳l̳i̳e̳n̳ c̳i̳v̳i̳l̳i̳z̳a̳t̳i̳o̳n̳s̳ inhabited the Red Planet thousands of years ago, as some scientists suggest. The image provided by the Orbiter is one of the most controversial photographs of Mars would not be an optical effect or a natural phenomenon. People who have examined the image and compared it with a photograph of the aerial view of Stonehenge believe that these two images compared have certain similarities that cannot be overlooked.
Other stone circles and suspicious megalithic sites appear in the images of the Indian Mars Orbiter Mission, also known by the informal name of Mangalyaan. The photographs taken northwest of Utopia Planitia show suspicious megalithic sites with blocks of stones, even triangular, perhaps residues of old Stonehenge, but which could have been almost destroyed with the passage of time and only through satellite photographs, are still visible in the their shape and geometry.
Skeptics say that there is nothing special about the images and that the blocks of stones photographed by the Indian satellite on the surface of the Red Planet have no analogies whatsoever to those found in Great Britain. And they argue that these stone circles may have formed as a result of natural processes, also predicted here on Earth. For some U̳F̳O̳logists and a̳l̳i̳e̳n̳ h̳u̳n̳t̳e̳r̳s̳, it is possible that these circular rock formations may be man-made structures and not the result of Mother Nature or the optical phenomenon of pareidolia.