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At 13:36:57 UTC the Mars Hand Lens Imager (MAHLI) has taken this interesting photo of a Martian rock from a distance of only 8.07 cm and with a definition of 0.036 mm/pixel, covering an area of 5.68 cm X 4.25 cm.
The photo shows us yet another example of rock very blunted by erosion but with decidedly curious cavities, sometimes self-similar.
It’s too bad no one wants to deal with this, perhaps to avoid getting involved in a rather hot topic!
This photo has been processed to allow better color vision, balancing the white and increasing the microcontrast slightly.

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