Curiosity discovered a "flower" in the soil of Mars.
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Curiosity discovered a "flower" in the soil of Mars.

Cape Canaveral : FL : USA | Jan 07, 2013 at 12:26 PM PST
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NASA's Mars Curiosity Rover Report - January 10, 2013

The robot of NASA Photo achieved surprising and controversial. Scientists investigating the origin of the Martian object course, amid much speculation.

On its tour of the red planet, the explorer Curiosity of NASA captured images that generated controversy in the world through social networks.

Although NASA has not confirmed that it is a plant, and ruled it a rock rubble because actually seems to be growing on the surface of the planet.

Space fans speculate on online forums about what may be this object. While some say they are pistils of a flower , others argue that it is a precious stone , like quartz, which would be embedded in the soil of Mars .

"I would say 'flower' was descriptive of someone gave for his appearance, but that is not meant to imply that there are flowers on Mars , "said Guy Webster, a spokesman for NASA, the newspaper Daily News .

Something similar happened in October 2012 when it announced a strange finding on the Martian surface and it was a piece of plastic that had come off of the robot itself.

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