NASA’s Curiosity Mars rover seeks to fend off dangerous ‘gator-back’ rocks (photos)

One of NASA’s astronauts quickly changed its course to avoid the dreaded “gator-back” land.

of the The hard crab, looking for Mount Sharp, which rises to the south of a gentle cliff called the “Greenheugh Pediment” for most of March, where most of the sandstone is found. On March 18, the rover team sailed Earth Unexpected land that is flattened by wind -driven rocks, called ventifacts. In response, the pilots decided to turn the robotic explorer around, as it were a word from NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) in California, who will lead the mission.

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