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NASA discovers a mysterious gate on Mars that resembles the gates of Madyan in Saudi Arabia

NASA discovers a mysterious gate on Mars that resembles the gates of Madyan in Saudi Arabia

The US space agency (NASA) published on its website a mysterious image, which raised doubts about the possibility of life on Mars, and preoccupied the world with speculation.

In 2012, 10 years ago, the Curiosity rover captured a bewildering image on the surface of Mars, which was published by (NASA) last week,

The image appeared to it what looked like the entrance to a cave or the gate of a cave, on a rocky hill on Mars.

A glance at the image is enough to make an immediate belief that it is a doorway that leads to a cache on Mars, or “maybe a door to another world altogether

This gate will inspire others to make a science fiction movie or even two,” according to the “Science Alert” website.

An activist wrote on social media: “The mysterious image of a door carved into a rocky mountain as if it leads to a building inside the mountain

he continued, it is very similar to the doors in the ruins of Mada’in Saleh in Saudi Arabia and Petra in Jordan.”

Mada’in Saleh was known in the past as the city of Al-Hijr, the city of rocks.

It is an archaeological site located northwest of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, specifically in the Al-Ula Governorate of the Medina region.

The gates at the archaeological site are very similar to the apparent gate on the surface of Mars.

Other experts fought against “speculations,” and asserted that the gate that appears in the revolution is a rock formation that happened by chance, and it appeared in the form of a gate.

Science Alert stated that the door or entrance-like rock formation “may appear full-size only in our imagination,

they thought that its visible height is no more than a few centimeters or inches, although it is difficult to confirm the image taken.”

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