A NASA image of Mars being passed around on social media over the weekend has imaginations running wild. The photo shows a stone formation in front of what may be a kind of cave. Some say it looks a bit like a crab monster straight out of a science fiction tale.

A NASA image of Mars being passed around on social media over the weekend has imaginations running wild. The photo shows a stone formation in front of what may be a kind of cave. Some say it looks a bit like a crab monster straight out of a science fiction tale.

 

It definitely looks weird, and not a natural formation. Again, I don’t understand why we don’t look into these things further with the rover?! So we find something interesting on Mars, but we don’t go in and get a closer look? Isn’t the whole point of the rover being up there to discover interesting things? I know it moves very slowly, but  does he really have somewhere specific to be up there?

 

I want some answers