Coming soon to a government conspiracy thread near you:
It’s supposedly on Mars… well, I think that it’s just pixel noise in Google Earth: Mars, or whatever the technical term is. I just use the Magic Thinky Box; I don’t pretend to be a toolmaker. On the other hand, Google Earth looks interesting, so there’s that. Anyway, I figure that it’s not real, and that NASA can either release high-resolution photos of the area that won’t show it (thus proving that there’s a cover-up going on), or not have any high-resolution photos of the area (thus proving that there’s a cover-up going on). Note that there’s no actual way for NASA to prove that there’s not a cover-up going on; there never is.
PS: If it was real NASA would have broadcast this to every corner of the world, coupled with an unsubtle request for some money, please*. Because we didn’t put it there – people are aware that getting payloads to orbit is not exactly a subtle exercise at our current level of technology, yes? – and even a government bureaucracy can recognize a hand-wrapped PR gift from God when it sees one.
*’Some’ being defined as ‘quite a lot of money, really.’