His paper is based on research from photographs taken by the Russian Venera-13 lander that landed on the surface of Venus in 1982. Venera-14 also landed on Venus. Read more on Venera-13 and -14.
Ksanfomaliti states that several objects on the images appear to be a 'disk,' 'black flap' and 'scorpion'.
In the photos, these alien-looking objects appear to move from one location to another.
However, after looking at the photographs, NASA scientists are convinced that that explanation for the objects are: (1) pieces that were supposed to break away from the lander upon landing on the planet's surface, (2) a lens cap, and (3) digital interference.
Take a look at the Ria Novosti article entitled 'NASA Debunks Life on Venus Claim" for more on the original story.
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