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Most readers of this magazine are familiar with the controversy surrounding the so-called “Face on Mars.” Originally photographed by NASA’s Viking Lander in 1976, a formation on the Cydonia plain looked for all the world like an immense enigmatic face gazing straight up into the sky. Researcher Richard Hoagland subsequently made himself famous with a [...]