Twin rovers’ meteorite encounters
Earth isn’t the only planet that features rocks from space.
June 25, 2012
|Both of NASA’s Mars Exploration Rovers, Sprit and Opportunity, have encountered “strangers” — rocks that did not break off a local outcrop, but came from someplace else. Most of these are meteorites, the first ones ever found on another planet.|
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