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A 'doorway' on Mars? How we see things in space that aren't there

By David Rothery, Professor of Planetary Geosciences, The Open University
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We should not be surprised that some of the innumerable rocks on Mars have weird shapes, because many have been sand-blasted by wind erosion for billions of years.The Conversation

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