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The thing I find interesting is that the white stuff is in the middle of a shadow.  That makes me think it really is something white, and it does look like it's flowing down the hill in the right direction.

It wouldn't be the first time we have seen something leaking or creeping out of a rock.smile  Nice find Noone.

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It seems to me that this is a sunny skylight from "arch". Note the direction of shadows from boulders



-- Edited by goggog on Friday 2nd of May 2014 07:27:40 PM



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Noone:We have come across this "white" looking substance before, if you check out Gigapan's Dingo Gap you will notice it quite a bit. More times than not, it is a scuff mark or crushed stone creating dust or powder which appears to look like a white liquid, like leaking paint. Usually right in the path of the rovers Aluminum wheels. But not so much in these images, I often wonder if just the tiniest bit of disturbance or abrasion shows the true color of the rock.. With that being said, I wouldnt find it hard to believe that if the rock rolled over some it would be just enough to scuff it. The leaking rock in your upper most picture is definitely intriguing and I am going to investigate that further. Good Find



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This rock seems pouring out a sort of white material.

 

http://mars.jpl.nasa.gov/msl-raw-images/msss/00580/mcam/0580MR0024070380400033E01_DXXX.jpg

 

Look at these rocks: are they painted with the "white material"?

Maybe there is an artist on Mars...

 



-- Edited by Noone on Friday 2nd of May 2014 06:15:35 PM

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