Tiny 'Blueberries' on Mars Continue to Baffle Scientists

Snack-loving scientists working with the Opportunity mission on Mars dubbed tiny, iron-rich spheres scattered near the robot's landing site "blueberries," but these features were easier to name than to understand.

Tiny 'Blueberries' on Mars Continue to Baffle Scientists

Snack-loving scientists working with the Opportunity mission on Mars dubbed tiny, iron-rich spheres scattered near the robot's landing site "blueberries," but these features were easier to name ...

Sat 8 Dec 18 from Livescience

'Blueberries' on Mars have a watery past. But scientists are still baffled.

It was just a few months after NASA's Opportunity rover touched down on Mars in 2004 that it spotted a geological curiosity: tiny, iron-rich spheres scattered across the rock surface near the ...

Fri 7 Dec 18 from FOXNews

'Blueberries' on Mars Have a Watery Past. But Scientists Are Still Baffled., Wed 5 Dec 18 from SPACE.com

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