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The object, about the size of a potato, caught the eyes of ground controllers because of its unusual pitted surface. "We've been seeing little rocks on the plain since the start of the mission," says Steven Squyres at Cornell University, the Mars rovers' chief scientist. "We all just kind of assumed they're little pieces of Martian basalt."
Yes well i found that if you turn your head on its side and squint while viewing this object its just possible it could be a hub-cap that has come off one of the Rovers wheel when it hit another undentified space rock,what you think?
Originally posted by FredT
Anybody elese thinks its anything but a metal rock from space?