What Created This Mini Book-Shaped Rock on Mars?

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A cute new photo courtesy of the Mars rover Curiosity shows a miniature book-shaped rock nestled in the soil of the Gale Crater.

The shape is the result of an interplay of wind, water—and the human brain. While many of the rock shapes on Mars hint at a dynamic past, says mineralogist Susanne Schwenzer of the…

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