A stone ball NASA’s “Curiosity” rover on the red planet discovered, so science fiction fans imagination, that there may be life on Mars.
A stone ball NASA’s “Curiosity” rover on the red planet discovered, so science fiction fans imagination, that there may be life on Mars. The perfect sphere is exactly like the traffic lights in the vicinity of a Martian rock found. NASA noted that this is not evidence of Martian Sport Achievement 1 cm in diameter stone ball, but the result of a unique weather effects Mars
NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory project scientist “curious” sign indicates rover car found close to 1 cm in diameter stone balls. NASA noted that this may be the product of stone balls on Mars consolidation process. The so-called consolidation process refers to gather material and hardens
NASA’s “Opportunity” rover in the “Endeavour” shaped blue marbles bizarre objects found near the crater, is vividly called “Martian blueberries.” University of Hawaii scientists found that “Martian blueberries” is nothing but a small meteorite through the Martian atmosphere in the process of splitting after leaving residual, there have been unable to prove that the ancient water on Mars
“Curious” was found in Martian rock resembles a traffic light. Photo, four Martian rocks stacked high 6 feet (about 1.8 meters), resembles a traffic light. However, this “traffic light” is not evidence of the existence of Martian civilization. Currently, NASA has not yet commented on this discovery
Found that “traffic light” that day was the first 753 days, “curiosity” was spent on Mars, was then moving towards the end of Sharp Mountain. In the browser “Curiosity” was shooting photos, Bristol video news reporter Joe – White found a “traffic light.”
India’s Mars probe “Manjialian” was the first one to return to Mars photos. 23 evening, “Manjialian” was successfully entered Mars orbit, becoming the world’s first successful Mars four countries or organizations. “Curious” Twitter account numbers posted congratulations “Manjialian” was successfully entered Mars orb