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Dike Peak, Curiosity sol 1705

Dike Peak, Curiosity sol 1705

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Dike Peak, Curiosity sol 1705
Veins more resistant than host rock make for weird geometry in these blocks eroded from Murray formation bedrock, visible as Curiosity approached Vera Rubin Ridge on sol 1705 (May 23, 2017).

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Original image data dated on or about May 23, 2017

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