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Mysterious white light on Mars seen in NASA photo

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NASA photo taken by the Curiosity rover reveals a mysterious, strange white light on Mars.

NASA photo taken by the Curiosity rover reveals a mysterious, strange white light on Mars.

The black-and-white raw image taken by the rover’s right, “navcam” (that is, it acts as a sort of eye on the 16 of June of 2019, or Sol, 2438, and will be sent back to the Earth. The navcam snapped the picture at 03:53:59 am UTC.

The rover has two navcams, and 17 of the cameras, and send photos continuously, ever since it landed on the Red Planet in August 2012, nearly five years ago.

(Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech)

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It is unclear as to what exactly the white spot on the image such as the photo’s taken almost immediately before and after a show, on the whole, white light. In the pictures below, and will also appear in the published on-03:53:46 UTC, and 03:54:12 UTC.

This image was snapped by Curiosity on 3:53:46 pm eastern standard time. (Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech)

This image was snapped by Curiosity at 03:54:12 UTC. (Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech)

This is not the first time that a variation of this kind has been spotted by the Curiosity rover on Mars. At the end of 2014, a twin, a mysterious white spot seen by the rover on April 3, and the Sol 589. At the moment, the JPL scientist, Dr. Justin Maki, said that he believed that the light would catch a glimpse of the rock surface reflecting the Sun.”

In December 2018, the Curiosity to discover a “shiny” object and the object may be an asteroid, but NASA scientists weren’t sure at the time. “The planning team believes that it might be a meteor, because it’s so bright,” NASA wrote in a November 2018, with a mission to update it. “But appearances can be deceiving, and the proof will only come from the chemical industry.”

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