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originally posted by: ignorant_ape
it is " just a rock " , but the problem is - that in your rush to find " artefacts " you are ignoring the actual rocks
look at that pic again - that is IMHO sedimentary rock
it has several distinct bedding planes - and the interesting bit is the angle
obviously sediments are laid wown horizontal
so that pick evidences later tectonic uplift
now that is interesting geology - for mars
so - stop looking for artefacts of your imagination - and look at the rocks - they are real and just as interesting
if my hobbyist interpretation is correct
originally posted by: Adaluncatif
a reply to: Xeven
close up zoom:
You have to look near the base of the rover. Just move the image with your mouse toward the base and circle around to the correct spot.
originally posted by: Chickensalad
You know, the thing about these anomalies, and correct me if im wrong, is that they are colored afterward right?
So many of the objects seen could look completely different given color. Again, I may be wrong though. I dont know much.