Monolith on Mars does not necessarily indicate the existence of Martians
A giant monolith on Mars is attracting more attention after the University of Arizona recently distributed photos to the Daily Mail.
The High Resolution Imaging Science Experiment gathers images with a camera on the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter.
Scientists have said that because the monolith is at the bottom of a cliff, it likely landed there as a result of falling down from a great height.
Meanwhile, former astronaut Buzz Aldrin has suggested that discovering more about this monolith is a far more exciting proposition than sending space vehicles to the moon orbiting Earth.
Buzz Aldrin says forget about our moon—we should be visiting the moon around Mars.