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The NASA rovers Curiosity and Perseverance roll over Mars looking for traces of life. A Twitter user now claims to have discovered an alien cemetery in a picture.

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This picture reminded a Twitter user of buried skeletons.

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Perseverance examined the stone called Rochette in the center of the picture ...

Perseverance examined the stone called Rochette in the center of the picture …

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... and meanwhile took two rock samples with a drill.

… and meanwhile took two rock samples with a drill.

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  • The Mars rover Perseverance has been sending spectacular photos from the Red Planet to Earth time and again since February.

  • On these, viewers repeatedly discover curious things.

  • Now a Twitter user stated that he had discovered “partially buried skeletons”.

It reminds him of “partially buried skeletons,” tweeted user Nick Stewart about a picture that the Mars rover Perseverance had already taken in August. “It’s the way the wind scraped the surface to reveal the layers of rock below. It really is a cemetery planet. “

We are talking about a picture that Perseverance shot on the 180th day on the Red Planet of a group of stones, as the “Frankfurter Rundschau” writes. The largest of these, which the researchers christened Rochette, has now been examined by the Mars vehicle with its gripper arm, with which it bored two holes in the rock. The stone formation reminded Stewart of a grave site. But as Nasa explains, the researchers believe that stones reminiscent of bones once got their shape through natural erosion by wind or water.

It is not the first time that viewers of Mars photos have let their imaginations run wild. Mars fans want to have discovered a mysterious structure, a rainbow and even a floating spoon. But all recordings could be explained scientifically.

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