Recently, NASA's curiosity rosters were next to Mars wheels. The router moves to a potential training ground, but makes some landmarks along the way. The views include a charming collection of rounded pebbles.
While some of the rocks look as if they could be cut off by a stream of streams, some of the smaller and more gray pebbles look like marvelous round peas.
Software engineer Kevin M. Gill, who collects data about NASA and processes space images (), has offered an improved version of the pebble field, which really helps the greener stones stand out
The raw images of curiosity of March 23 and 24 are filled with different views of these rocks. The Rover team studies the pebbles to learn more about their chemical composition.
Some pebbles reminiscent ofthat resemble blueberries or miniature cannons.
Some "blueberries" seen by the Opportunity in 2004 are BB-sized and rich in hematite. According to NASA, these spheres can be "concretions that have grown in water-saturated deposits."
Curiosity seems to work well after