Drilling Holes on the Red Planet

This picture exhibits the Highfield drill gap, on Vera Rubin Ridge in Gale crater on Mars, made by NASA’s Curiosity rover in its seek for rock samples. Only recently, scientists introduced that an evaluation of rock samples collected by the rover have been enriched in carbon 12, a sort of carbon that on Earth is related to organic processes.

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