By Norman Bryden

Homepage can be accessed by clicking on the Mars planet image at the top of the page. The Mars Statistics page can be accessed by clicking on the Mars planet image at the top of the homepage. Enlarged sections from the homepage can be accessed by clicking on the images. Images and discoveries are continuously being processed and updated.

Image sections are presented in a matrix, ie: 7A is the same image on all relevant pages. Each image section is presented in at least three sizes; small medium and large with smaller sections that show groups and/or individual buildings and constructions.

The surface areas of Mars in the section examples cover approximately .5 km to 1 km in width for most images. The scale and other image data is available through the Data Page link.

The full images from which the section examples were made are around 3 kilometers in width for most cases. The original full image and other relevant data can be found through the links below the images from the Malin Space Science Systems Mars Global Surveyor Mars Orbiter Camera Narrow Image Gallery.

Area covered by the large structures in the examples presented totals at least thousands of square kilometers. The combined lengths of the large elongated-networked structures cover many thousands of kilometers.

Some images have been rotated, resized and have had the brightness and contrast adjusted to help bring out details. By experimenting with a range of levels from the original image data details not easily seen without close examination have been enlarged and documented revealing an extraordinary number of successive geometric structures. The same results are replicated from many different
areas and many different images. The discoveries follow the scientific method.

Currently the website is showing more than a dozen cities with each city having eight or more sections to view. Further enlarged sections are normally around .25 km in width for closeups.

The cities show a wide range of variations and configurations. The elongated light-colored structures look to be some kind of transport system. In different locations this system looks enclosed or tubular in form and segmented. Some areas show forms similar to vegetation.

Round and other shaped portals can be seen in some of the buildings of various images bringing in to question possible air and space transportation technology.
Image Credit: NASA

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All structures discovered, processed and reported by Norman Bryden. Photographs and data posted on this website are for educational purposes.   
In the image sections between the elongated light-colored objects are many thousands of structures similar in size and shape to buildings numerous enough to constitute cities. These buildings exhibit many different styles of architecture. Please observe closely and carefully at the larger image sections.
It is this researcher's hope to inspire mutual space exploration, safe technology and extraterrestrial disclosure.

Good Luck All,

Norman Bryden
Advanced architecture is visible including objects similar to large machinery and groups similar to industrial complexes. In some images swarms of buildings make up what looks like highly-developed cities on the surface to subterranean with housing sprawled across the landscape. 

In some examples the structures do not look decrepit or deteriorated from this distance calling in to question whether or not they may be inhabited. The structures are numerous enough to accommodate millions of beings. Who may be living on Mars?