Monday, August 16, 2004

Let's Dig!

NASA Mars Picture of the Day: Sedimentary Rock Outcrops

"The dozens and dozens of sedimentary rock layers of repeated thickness and similar physical properties at this location suggest that they may have been deposited in a lacustrine (lake) setting. The crater in which these layers occur may once have been completely filled and buried, as is the case for many craters in the Sinus Meridiani region."

We need to be digging for fossils here.

In person.