NASA's Mars rover Curiosity finds few bright element in the samples, dig up his bucket from the surface of the red planet, scientists say.
Curiosity had recently dumped back taken them a sample of Martian soil, as mission scientists have noticed an unusual pattern in bright fragment, and they feared that they could be a fragment of the space vehicle or ATV. However, the particles, as it turned out, were a Martian origin.
Rover is currently producing his excavations in a place called Rocknest.
NASA's Mars rover Curiosity $ 2.5 billion has landed on the surface of the Red Planet Aug. 6 in large crater Gale. Now rover sent to his first serious scientific purpose - a place called Glenelg, where three different types of Martian terrain. The main goal of the mission is to determine the suitability of potential Martian conditions to sustain organic life.