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Mars Rover Drilled into an Artifact.

Thursday, May 17, 2018 6:28
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Last updated on May 22, 2018
NASA’s Mars rover Curiosity planned to drill into the above object. Red arrows point to vertical outer layers. Green arrows point to horizontal inner layers. No natural mechanism allows rocks to form this way. So, the object was made by Martians. For comparison with Earth’s artificial structures, see: 1.
Similar artifact on Mars:
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Added on May 22: Mars Rover Drilled into an Artifact.
The above object was imaged by NASA’s Mars rover Curiosity with its right-side Mast Camera on Sol 2053 (May 16, 2018) at Duluth near Vera Rubin Ridge, Gale Crater, Mars.
A green circle at extreme right contains curled-up remains of the artifact.
A yellow arrow at the far right points to a vertical layer that intersects a horizontal layer.
Red arrows at lower left point to vertical layers on the exterior.
Green arrows at lower left point to horizontal layers in the interior. To see them clearly, visit the largest-sized figure:

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  • Don - 1

    No problem because the Mars Rover is not on Mars…its on Devon Island, Canada…..ahahahahaha. Its nowhere near Mars.

  • Don - 1

    Devon Island…..Canada

  • Don - 1

    I hope the drilling happens on Devon Island, Canada…because that’s the location of the Rover.

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