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The Mounds of Cydonia: Elegant Geology, or Tetrahedral Geometry and Reactions of Pythagoras and Dirac? - Horace Crater - Journal of Space Exploration Vol 5 Issue 3

Mars landing site choices and unusual surface features - Horace Crater - Journal of Space Exploration

Evidence for a Large Anomalous Nuclear Explosions in Mars Past - John Brandenburg - STAIF II 2014

Analysis of the MGS and MRO Images of the Syria Planum Profile Face on Planet Mars - J.P. Levasseur, George J. Haas, William R. Saunders, and Horace Crater - Mars Anomaly Research - Journal of Space Exploration, Volume 3, Issue 3, 2014.

The Bambino: A Uranium Hydride Approach to Make the NIF Successfull - John Brandenburg

Avian Formation on a South-Facing Slope Along the Northwest Rim of the Argyre Basin - George J. Haas, Michael A. Dale, James S. Miller, William R. Saunders, A. J. Cole Dvm, Joseph M. Friedlander Dvm, Susan Orosz Dvm, , - Journal of Scientific Exploration, Fall, 2011 (Vol. 25, No.3).

The Search For Life On Other Planets. The Geometry of Intelligence-Horace W. Crater - Journal of Cosmology, 2009, Vol 1, pages 66-70.

The Mounds Of Cydonia - A Case Study For Planetary SETI-Horace W. Crater - The Society for Planetary SETI Research gratefully acknowledges the British Interplanetary Society for permission to post this article. It was published by BIS in the January 2007 issue of the JBIS journal (Vol. 60, No.1) and appear there on page 9.

Detecting Patterns Of A Technological Intelligence In Remotely Sensed Imagery-Mark Carlotto - The Society for Planetary SETI Research gratefully acknowledges the British Interplanetary Society for permission to post this article. It was published by BIS in the January 2007 issue of the JBIS journal (Vol. 60, No.1) and appear there on page 28.

Planetary SETI craves scientific credibility-Malcolm Smith - The Society for Planetary SETI Research gratefully acknowledges Spaceflight magazine and the British Interplanetary Society for permission to post this article. It was published by BIS in the January 2004 issue of the magazine (Vol. 46 No.1) and appear there on page 35.

Martian Spiders - Greg M. Orme and Peter K. Ness New Frontiers in Science, Vol. 2 No. 3, Spring 2003

Spider-Ravine Models and Plant-like Features on Mars - Possible Geophysical and Biogeophysical Modes of Origin - Peter K. Ness and Greg M. Orme, 2002. Journal of the British Interplanetary Society, 8 February 2002. Vol 55 No 3/4, March-April Edition, Pp 85-108.

Archaeological Reconnaissance of the Moon: Results of SAAM Project - Dr. Alexey V. ArkhipovNew Frontiers in Science, Vol 2, 2002 (http://www.newfrontiersinscience.com).

Face-likeFeature at West Candor Chasma, Mars MGS Image AB108403 - H. Crater, J.P. Levasseur- Journal of Scientific Exploration, Vol 16, No 3, pp 413-437, 2002

YES –THERE IS A FACE ON MARS - BUT IS IT ARTIFICIAL? -Ananda  Sirisena - 2001

Martian Water Stains or Dust Slides? - Research paper based on Efrain Palermo’s seep study of Martian MOC images.- 2001.

Symmetry and Geometry of the Face on Mars Revealed - Mark Carlotto , "Analysis of the April 2001 Image of the Face on Mars," New Frontiers in Science, Vol. 1, No. 1, Fall 2001 (http://www.newfrontiersinscience.com).

Identification and Evaluation of the Mars Global Surveyor MOLA Profile of the Mars Face - Lan Fleming New Frontiers in Science, Vol. 1, No. 3, Fall 2001 (http://www.newfrontiersinscience.com).

Some Observations from Archaeology and Religious Studies on ETI - James F. Strange - Journal of the Society for the Study of Metaphysical Religion 7:1 and 7:2 (Spring/fall) 2001: 33-50.

Evidence of Planetary Artifacts - T. Van Flandern, M. Carlotto, H. Crater, J. Erjavec, L. Fleming, J.P. Levasseur> Infinite Energy 7, #40, 23-31 (2001).

Mound Configurations On The Martian Cydonia Plain - Horace W. Crater and Stanley V. McDaniel. This paper  Mound Configurations on the Martian Cydonia Plain, first appeared in the Journal of Scientific Exploration, Vol 13, no. 3 1999, pages 373-400.

Response to Geomorphology of Selected Massifs on the Plains of Cydonia, Mars by David Pieri - Carlotto, M., Crater, H., Erjavec, J., McDaniel, S.V., (1999). Journal of Scientific Exploration, 13,3

Digital Imagery Analysis of Unusual Martian Surface Features-Mark Carlotto - Applied Optics, Vol. 27, No. 10 (1988).

ICE FOUND IN CRATERS IN CYDONIA- Harry L. Moore, John Brandenburg, Steve Corrick, Ananda Sirisena -merican Geophysical Union, Spring Meeting 1999.

Earth-Moon System as a Collector of Alien Artifacts - A.V. Arkhipov,- Journal of the British Interplanetary Society, Vol. 51 181 (May 1998). 

Facing Mars rationally - Malcolm Smith,- British Interplanetary Society "Spaceflight" magazine: Vol.40; No.2, February 1998, p.45

Evidence in Support of the Hypothesis that Certain Objects on Mars are Artificial in Origin - Mark Carlotto - This paper is published in the Journal of Scientific Exploration, Volume 11, No. 2, Summer 1997

Countdown To Cydonia - Ananda  Sirisena - UFO Magazine UK, July 1997

Cydonia Mound Geoetry: A Closer Look - Stanley V. McDaniel. 1996

A Search for Alien Artifacts On The Moon - A.V. Arkhipov - Progress in the Search forExtraterrestrial Life ASP Conference Series, Vol. 74, 1995 G. SethShostak (ed.), pp. 259-264.

Intelligent Faces on Mars? - Sirisena, A., - Image Processing Capture Management & Analysis,Volume 4 Issue 3 July/August 1992. 

The Cydonia Hypothesis - DiPietro, V., Molenaar, G., & Brandenburg, J., - Journal ofScientific Exploration, Vol. 5, No. 1, pages 1-25 (1991).

Analysis of Images of the Face on Mars and Possible Intelligent Origin - O'Leary, B., - Journal of the British Interplanetary Society, Vol. 43  No. 5 (May 1990). 

A Method forSearching for Artificial Objects on Planetary Surfaces - Mark Carlotto and Michael C. Stein - Journal of the British Interplanetary Society, Vol. 43 No. 5 (May 1990).





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