Richard C Hoagland, former science advisor to NASA will speak on Thursday, 27 February, 1992, at 12:30 PM in the Dag Hammarskjold Library. He will address the upcoming September 1992 unmanned return mission to Mars - .MARS OBSERVER - that, when it arrives in 1993, will re-image (among other areas) a highly controversial northern desert region of the planet called "Cydonia". Mr Hoagland will focus on the eight years of extensive research into this region, conducted by his international team of independent scientists, that reveal a possible set of intelligently designed artifacts located at Cydonia. The extraordinary evidence now assembled includes a striking mile-long Martian "sphinx", and a 35-square mile "pyramid complex" which, from a variety of tests, now appear to have been precisely and mathematically constructed.
Two U.N. Members - Sierra Leone and Grenada - have now officially recognized this unusual investigation, by issuing commemorative stamp sets featuring this sphinx-like Face and saluting the Coming exploration of Mars. (Shown above)
Hoagland has presented his Mars research findings in official NASA briefings severai times, as well as in a speciai presentat:on before the chairman of the Committee on Science, Space and Technology, of the United States House of Representatives. After that briefing, then Chairman of this Committee, Representative Robert Roe stated:
"There do appear to be formations of a face and pyramids [ on Mars] that do not appear to be of natural or normal existence. It looked like they had to be fashioned by some intelligent beings.''
Representative Roe requested that NASA specifically re-image this area during its OBSERVER MISSION this coming fall.
During his two-hour address at the United Nations, Hoagland plans to reveal several major new discoveries regarding his research into this phenomenon and the role he feels the United Nations should play in helping to confirm and reveal what could potentially be the most important discovery of the twentieth century.
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