Mercury on the rocks on Mars! Curiosity rover satellite captured by NASA NASA’s Curiosity Rover Finds A ‘Doorway’ On Mars
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NASA’s Curiosity Rover satellite captures a view of the “gateway” on Mars.
NASA’s Curiosity Rover (NASA)Curiosity Rover) Satellite on Mars (Mars) Captured a scene of what looks like a “gate”. A rectangular opening on the surface of Mars looks like a cellar door, perhaps as an underground civilization? Or not. The image was captured on May 7 by Curiosity Rover satellite Mount Sharp.
What is this exotic gate on Mars?
According to Ashwin Vasavada of the Mars Science Laboratory, the rectangular opening is simply “the gap between two fractures of the rock.” Curiosity’s Mustcam-painted area is “formed of ancient sand dunes”. These dunes have been sitting on top of each other for centuries. The sandstone collapsed as it was constantly falling over one another. This is what the door looked like. But that’s not the door. Vasavada thinks that this door-like opening is about 30 cm high.
Generally, these fractures in the Martian sand dunes are vertical. In this case, two vertical fractures were found and the middle piece was removed. Or maybe it was a single vertical fracture and its blocks moved a little. If you are expecting Curiosity to finally make its first contact with the aliens in Mars, this is bad news. Mars, on the other hand, is completely desolate.
Curiosity landed on Mars for the first time in 2012 and has been roaming the deserts of Mars ever since. To date, it has traveled 27.84 kilometers in 3,472 Mars days (called “Souls”).