- Performer:Faces on Mars
- Title:Faces on Mars
- Date of release:1995
- Recording date:March, 1995 - April, 1995
- Recording location:Cornerstone Recordings, Pontiac, MI
- Size FLAC version1286 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1799 megabytes
- Size WMA version1830 megabytes
- Formats:AC3 MPC ADX VOC AAC WMA
Cydonia (/sɪˈdoʊniə/, /saɪˈdoʊniə/) is a region on the planet Mars that has attracted both scientific and popular interest. The name originally referred to the albedo feature (distinctively coloured area) that was visible from Earthbound telescopes.
Seeing faces and other apparent shapes where none actually exist is a natural byproduct of the way the human brain works, something called pareidolia. Teeny Little Bigfoot on Mars. This is a tiny detail from a panorama taken by the Mars Exploration Rover Spirit on sol 1,366-1,369 (November 6-9, 2007) of its position on the eastern.
The Evidence for Water On Mars Part Four: A New Look at an Old Face The Famous "Face" on Mars. Tricks of lights and shadow often make this optical effect and its very common. You can look at almost any image of rock formations and find "faces". Below is another image which NASA scientists have labeled "Roosevelt" in referal to Mt Rushmore type edifaces
More "Faces" on Mars. Face on Mars Cogito Ergo. Pareidolia: Why we see faces in hills, the Moon and. More 'evidence of life on Mars' as Nasa's Curiosity spots. More "Faces" on Mars. Bizarre Things Spotted on Mars: Ball, Traffic Lights. 918 x 913 jpeg 128kB.
30 Seconds to Mars is the debut studio album by American rock band Thirty Seconds to Mars. It was first released on August 27, 2002, by Immortal Records and distributed by Virgin Records. The album was produced by Bob Ezrin, Brian Virtue, and Thirty Seconds to Mars, and was recorded in rural Wyoming during 2001 and early 2002. It had been in the works for a couple of years, with lead vocalist Jared Leto writing the majority of the songs.
Face on Mars is a classic. Humans love a good space story. That's why it's so much fun to speculate about unusual objects seen in images of Mars. Our imaginations turn rock formations into faces and cosmic rays into alien communications. A recent image from the Mars Curiosity rover generated plenty of online speculation about what looks like a crab-shaped object tucked into a dark cranny. Is it an alien crab monster?
People have always found faces and patterns in unusual places, a phenomenon known as pareidolia. But nowadays, some of the most common places to find these faces is in the shadowy images from space. Here, a photo shows that looks like a face on Mars. The most recent example of pareidolia is this face on the right hand side of comet menko, which was snapped by the European spacecraft Rosetta on Aug. 3, 2014. In this image, the so-called Rabbit in the Moon is upside-down, with his ears pointing downward.
CreditsMark Campbell - Engineer, Mastering, Mixing
Faces on Mars - Art Direction, Primary Artist
NASA - Images
Jeff Nelson - Guitar, Vocals
Jim Nelson - Composer
Joe Russo - Guitar
|1||It's Been Said Before Jim Nelson||Faces on Mars||3:46|
|2||I See What You Are Jim Nelson||Faces on Mars||3:40|
|3||I'm to Blame Jim Nelson||Faces on Mars||4:22|
|4||What You Need Jim Nelson||Faces on Mars||3:25|
|5||All Around Jim Nelson||Faces on Mars||5:03|
|6||Summertime Jim Nelson||Faces on Mars||3:42|
|7||Brother Jim Nelson||Faces on Mars||3:28|
|8||Hollow Inside Jim Nelson||Faces on Mars||3:20|
|9||Love's Not So Easy Jim Nelson||Faces on Mars||3:20|
|10||Into the Earth Jim Nelson||Faces on Mars||7:26|