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At 06:35:38 UTC the Mars Hand Lens Imager (MAHLI) imaged this very interesting rock from a distance of 69 mm, with a resolution of 0.0318 mm/pxl.
This rock named “Grange” is part of an area rich in calcium sulfate but with curious dark inclusions that could have an interesting composition.
In fact, Checam’s laser has done some analysis of these inclusions, some visible to the slightly right cent of the photo, the results of which we hope to have soon.
This image has undergone white balancing to bring the color rendering closer to that of the human eye and a slight increase in micro-contrast.

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