NASA spacecraft captures old mining machine on asteroid Eros
433 Eros is a peanut-shaped asteroid (or peanut) and is composed of magnesium and iron silicates, more common in the inner asteroid belt. It was discovered on August 13, 1898 by astronomers Carl Gustav Witt in Berlin and Auguste Charlois in Germany. In February 2001, the NASA spacecraft NEAR Shoemaker landed on its surface. (Old Mining Machine on Eros Asteroid)
The probe took more than 160,000 images and identified more than 100,000 craters. In this way, the researchers discovered that Eros is a solid object and not a collection of debris held together by gravity. Its study is important so that scientists can decide the best way to avoid possible impacts in the future.
The curious thing is that several of the photographs obtained show numerous “anomalies” that NASA seems to ignore, considering them to be simple rocks. Something whose morphology in no way resembles natural structures.
This particular image of Eros, taken by the NEAR Shoemaker spacecraft on May 1, 2000, at an orbital altitude of kilometers, shows, according to NASA, a large rectangular rock 45 meters in diameter. (Old Mining Machine on Eros Asteroid)
But is it really a rock or could it be some kind of ancient mining machine?
Given that spacecraft data collected from Eros in December 1998 suggests it may contain 20 billion kilograms of aluminum and similar amounts of rare earth metals such as gold and platinum… it’s not unlikely that the so-called rock is a mining machine. that was used by an advanced alien civilization for the extraction of all these valuable metals? Here is an interesting JL video show for Unknown World.