Comment: I'm just a tad skeptical about the whole thing

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I'm just a tad skeptical about the whole thing

If you look closely at the broken rocks Curiosity gone over and subsequently crushed, you see no evidence of the reddish dust that is so prominent on the surface of Mars. It could just be an anomaly or could it be a set in some desert on Earth.

On the ground, I only see some bluish/grayish rocks underneath a thin veil of reddish dust.

I'm not saying Curiosity is not on Mars, because I don't have the technological means to verify anything NASA says, but maybe the particular image used in this article is not genuine.

As others have pointed out, I'm also curious as to how Curiosity takes pictures of itself without showing its arms.

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