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‘10km alien base’ on Mercury as hunters say ‘100%’ aliens exist

UFO enthusiasts have been excitedly analysing archive NASA photos they believe depict an alien base on planet Mercury.

UFO enthusiasts have been excitedly analysing archive NASA photos they believe depict an alien base on planet Mercury. The monochrome photos of Mercury are the source of mounting speculation with some believing they have captured something extraterrestrial in origin.

The verified NASA image is publicly available from the space agency’s Messenger archives.

The photos were shot by the NASA robotic spacecraft that orbited the planet Mercury between 2011 and 2015.

Self-styled alien expert Scott Waring believes he can make out several anomalies on the surface

Mr Waring took to his UFO Sightings Daily blog to speculate about his latest dubious find.

He said: “Here are some more structures I found on Mercury today.

“The screenshot shows a ribbon-shaped white ceramic structure.

“I say white ceramic because these white structures are hard to photograph without a powerful glare of light reflecting off them.

“But we are fortunate here to have them in a shadowy part of the planet.

“Also, there are some other structures you may be interested in.

“With such evidence the world should no longer have any doubts about the existence of aliens.

“The odds of aliens existing are at 100 percent.

“The map ruler shows that this structure is 10km by 2.5km [6 miles by 1.5 miles].”

However, there is a far more rational explanation for these so-called alien buildings.

The markings are in fact simply odd-shaped craters caused by ancient asteroid strikes.

This is far from the first time Mr Waring has claimed to have uncovered an alien presence on Mercury.

Earlier this month he announced the discovery of a six-mile alien base discovered inside another Mercury crater.

He wrote on September 4: “I found another structure on Mercury today.

“The structure is in the centre of a crater and has two long legs on each side of its square body.”

This is despite the fact daytime temperatures can reach 430C (800F) and drop to -180C (-290F) at night.

NASA said in a statement: “It is unlikely life (as we know it) could survive on this planet.”