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|11th February 2013, 09:04||#1|
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Did Curiosity Spot a Hunk of Metal on Mars?
The Mars Rover has discovered an anomaly on the Martian surface. There are various theories as to what the shiny metal-appearing protuberance from a Martian rock formation may actually be and with further study and more pictures, maybe an answer will be forthcoming. I'm leaning toward the newly discarded iron game piece from the Monopoly board game.
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