Her appropriately named Dust Removal Tool — kind of like a motorised wire brush — cleaned a spot of the planet for analysis. It revealed a little patch of rock — now known as Ekwir_1 — in the Yellowknife Bay area of Mars’ Gale Crater. Turns out under all that red dust, it’s actually kinda pale. [NASA via Popular Science]
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