Does this image taken by Curiosity's Mars Hand Lens Imager show a "Martian flower?" (NASA/JPL-Caltech/MSSS)
NASA’s Curiosity Rover Finds ‘Flower’ On Surface Of Mars -- The Slide
NASA has released a series of new photos taken by its Curiosity rover that appear to show a “flower” on the surface of Mars.
NBCNews.com’s photo blog reports that the photos were taken as part of an effort to capture 360-degree images during Curiosity’s trek through Mars’ Yellowknife Bay.
New Jersey-based journalist and photographer Ken Kramer has assembled the Curiosity photographs, adding color to give a realistic view of what the rover is seeing on the planet’s surface.
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My Comment: I doubt that it is a 'flower' .... but it is an interesting geological anomaly.