Well-known virtual archaeologist Scott Waring expressed confidence that NASA deliberately paints Martian images in the “classic” red colors that are familiar to ordinary people.
According to the researcher, approximately 40% of photographs of Mars have false colors. Sometimes NASA scientists themselves warn about this. Waring wonders why?
He reckons that converting photos to unnatural reds reduces sharpness by about 15%, making it hard to see details.
The researcher is sure that NASA is doing this on purpose so that we could not distinguish the presence of minerals, water, metals, precious stones, or possibly existing life forms on it.
In connection with the above, Waring extracted archival images of Mars obtained by NASA devices and returned them, as he believes, to normal colors.
At the same time, he draws attention to how the smallest details in the pictures of the Red Planet have become better visible.