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NASA spies Martian rocks that look similar to a teddy bear



Scientists finding out the floor of Mars just lately discovered a chunk of the rocky planet smiling again at them.

In a picture shared Jan. 25 by The College of Arizona (UA), what seems to be the face of an infinite Martian teddy bear — full with two beady eyes, a button nostril and an upturned mouth — grins on the digicam of NASA’s Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter (MRO). Based on UA, this picture of an uncanny assortment of geological formations was snapped on Dec. 12, 2022, because the MRO cruised roughly 156 miles (251 kilometers) above the Crimson Planet.

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