1. Strange Rocks • Earth.com

This fascinating array of rocks – captured by Perseverance’s Mastcam-Z camera – apparently covers an area about 10 feet wide. We wonder what could be hiding there… The image itself is from the 66th Martian day of the mission. A solar day on Mars is called a sol, and each reportedly lasts for 39 minutes and 22 seconds longer than the 24 hours we’re accustomed to on our planet.

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