Astounding and Astonishing Photos from Mars

NASA scientists were astonished and astounded by a Martian rock resembling a jelly doughnut that seemed to appear out of nowhere.

Earlier this month The Opportunity rover earlier took a photo of a fairly flat surface then went back later and PRESTO there was a rock where no rock was before AND it was shaped like a doughnut. And we all know that everybody likes doughnuts!

At first it was thought that the wheels of the rover had kicked up the rock when turning around, however there might be something else going on. This morning when the rover went back it found a FRESH SPRINKLE doughnut.

The jelly doughnut rock is high in sulfur and magnesium, and scientists are still trying to figure out why. The other rock is high in sugar, fat and chocolate – no surprise there.

Now Opportunity has gone in search of coffee. I’ll keep you posted on any additional findings.mars donut

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NASA has yet to officially confirm the existence of little green cats, Vampires or missing pilots on Mars – but we know the truth.

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For more on space click on the links below:

Astonishing Images of Life on Mars

Spaced Out – Methane on Mars

Vampires, Werewolves, Ghosts and Pluto – the brilliant logic of youth

Musings on Gassy Planets, High School and Uncle Max

 

~ Juliette aka Vampire Maman

12 thoughts on “Astounding and Astonishing Photos from Mars

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  2. Yep! One of those missing pilots dropped his jelly donut while he was running from that vampire with the little green cat. NASA knows, but they just don’t want the Russians to find out or they’ll try to use it as a weapon. They don’t want the Chinese to know about it or they’ll try to copy it !!!

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