DiPietro, a senior systems engineer,
was employed as a contractor
at Goddard Space Flight Center. Although without
a formal college degree, he has
attained a level of
Engineering Associate by participating in an
engineering course curricula at Johns Hopkins and the
University of Maryland.
DiPietro has designed, built,
and delivered several electronic hardware packages for
use in image processing equipment at Goddard Space Center.
These packages have been used in support of the Landsat
- MSS and RBV programs and the Nimbus - CZCS programs.
His knowledge of image processing has been useful in performing
the analysis of the VIKING-MARS data. His image processing
technique on the famous Face
on Mars photos, provides new information
on The Search for Life on Mars.
The latest findings on fossils in meteorites from Mars
radio active Xenon, a by-product of nuclear activity,
on Mars a photo that shows a blue sky on Mars more believable
than the official red sky photo that was released
An examination of the time line extinction's on Mars and
The eye cavity found by Vincent and teeth found by Mark
Carlotto in the mouth of the famous Face
An examination of the validity of the spit processing
that allows the human eye to see the data, such as the
water spout in Solis Planum, photographed
by 1976 Viking probe.
MUFON 1996 International UFO Symposium