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Mark J. Carlotto, North Atlantic Books, Berkeley, Ca, 1991, Revised Edition, 1997.

On the surface of Mars lies a formation that looks remarkably like a humanoid face. Forever staring up into the vastness of space it has attracted our attention. For some, that is why it is there, beaconing us to come and explore. Others believe that it is simply an odd looking geological landform - a formation carved over the ages by the random forces of nature. That it is our imagination and our need to find other life in the universe that makes us see it as a intelligently crafted object.

Mark Carlotto. North Atlantic Books, Berkeley, Ca, 1991

On the surface of Mars lies a formation that looks remarkably like a humanoid face. Forever staring up into the vastness of space it has attracted our attention. Some think that that is why it is there, beckoning us to come and explore. Others believe that it is simply an odd looking geological landform - a formation carved over the ages by the random forces of nature. It is our imagination and our desire to find other forms of life in the universe that makes us see it as an intelligently crafted object.

DiPietro, V., Molenaar, G., & Brandenburg, J., (First edition 1982; fourth edition, 1988.)

This presentation is offered not as proof that life exists on Mars, but to examine some of the unexplained evidence of unsual formations recoreded by orbinting satellite cameras. One of the Missions found that in the Cydonia region of Mars a formation resembels a human face. The images are presented here are examined and disussed

Pozos, Randolfo R., Chicago Review Press, 814 N. Franklin, Chicago, IL 60610 (1986).
Also available from North Atlantic Books, 2800 Woolsey Street, Berkeley, CA 94705.

Examines the evidence in photographs of the surface of Mars for the existence of a lost city on the planet

McDaniel, Stanley V., North Atlantic Press, Berkeley CA (1994).

Edited by S.V. McDaniel and Monica Paxson, published  by Adventures Unlimited (1998).

In 1976 NASA's Viking Orbiters sent back images of what looked like huge artificial constructions from the Cydonia region of Mars. This text records the findings of a group of six scientists who presented their data to NASA officials, and are now poised to bring about a great scientific discovery.

Edited by James F. Strange and Jacob Neusner (2001)

Brandenburg, John E., Paxson, Monica Rix, contributing editor, Corrick, Stephen. The Crossing Press, Santa Cruz, CA (2000).

It could happen here, warn physicist and Mars expert Brandenburg and science writer Paxson. They find the alarming rise of asthma in young children to be only the beginning effects of an irrevocable climatic collapse driven by global warming that will sentence life on Earth to the same extinction suffered by life on Mars. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR

Mark Carlotto. Revised Edition Lulu, 2008.

The 'Face' is a mile long formation on the surface of Mars that appears to be an ancient and highly-eroded artificial structure. The Face and other anomalous objects were first photographed by a Viking orbiter spacecraft in 1976, and more recently by the Mars Global Surveyor. The objects are located in Cydonia, a region lying along what many scientists believe to be the shoreline of a vast northern sea which once existed on Mars.

Tom Van Flandern,  North Atlantic Books, 1993

Dark Matter, Missing Planets and New Comets: Paradoxes Resolved, Origins Illuminated Rev Sub Edition by Tom Van Flandern published by North Atlantic Books

Mac Tonnies

Takes a close-up look at the mysteries of the planet Mars, offering new evidence concerning the existence of an extinct civilization on the Red Planet and challenging current scientific about the ongoing controversy over the planet and humankind's role in space.

John E. Brandenburg Ph.D, Adventures Unlimited Press (January 27, 2015)

New proof of a nuclear catastrophe on Mars! In an epic story of discovery, strong evidence is presented for a dead civilization on Mars and the shocking reason for its demise: an ancient planetary-scale nuclear massacre leaving isotopic traces of vast explosions that endure to our present age. The story told by a wide range of Mars data is now clear. Mars was once Earth-like in climate, with an ocean and rivers, and for a long period became home to both plant and animal life, including a humanoid civilization.

Chris O'Kane, Other Side Books (November 27, 2017)

The untold story behind the controversy of possible artifacts on Mars.
How a group of independent researchers pursued NASA and ESA to investigate mysterious anomalies in the Cydonia region of Mars and made some unexpected discoveries.
Here is what the space agencies didn’t tell you, told from a unique European perspective, how planetary scientists at NASA were encouraged to re-photograph the anomalous surface features of Cydonia, and how a group of researchers in the UK made a unique contribution to the controversy.