Russian Scientist Leonid Ksanfomaliti at Space Research Institute of Russia’s Academy of Science, recently published a paper after examining photos taken by the Venus-13, in 1982. It survived for some 127 minutes and returned panoramic images of Venus’ surface.
The photos showing several objects, which resembled “a black flap” “a disk” and “a scorpion.” Ksanfomaliti claimed. All of them “changed location rapidly in different photos captured by probe’s camera, fluctuated, disappeared, emerged and traces on the ground”.
“On the 93rd minute, the ‘scorpion’, apparently, recovered completely from the soil that filled it, that was consisting a layer probably not exceeding a 1–2 cm. Thus, the rescue operation of the object took about 1.5 hr. One can assume that this indicates its limited physical abilities. On the 119th min it was no longer visible.”