posted on Jan, 26 2004 @ 08:17 AM
Originally posted by Kriskaos
Thank You Net Storm that is exactly what I was trying to convey.
No problem my friend.
Sometimes I don't understand this place. The whole concept behind it is "different thinking" yet when you express those thoughts at times, you get
raked, cause it doesn't agree with what other people "think" the normal posting should be
--I read NO WHERE in your post where you insinuated
that those were the same blocks that you can see in Egypt. Your words I believe were
I thought they were a cool find.
Here's your answer ..
Besides the first bedrock ever seen, much of the landing zone appeared draped in a fine-grain soil devoid of the rocks and boulders strewn about other
areas on Mars, including Gusev Crater, the massive basin thought to be an ancient lake bed where Spirit set down Jan. 3.
The exposed bedrock was an exciting discovery.
“One of the things about bedrock is you know where it came from,” Squyres said. “These rocks grew up right in this neighborhood,” unlike loose stones
at Spirit’s landing site that could have come from anywhere.
[Edited on 26-1-2004 by NetStorm]