I know I said the topic for my next few blogs would focus on ePublishing, but I find it very necessary to report that on April 6, 2014, NASA’s rover, Curiosity, photographed an ULB, unidentified light beam, emitted from the surface of Mars into the sky.
“We think it’s either a vent-hole leak or a glinty rock,” said Justin Maki, lead person for engineering of Curiosity’s camera, in a recent update from NASA shared with The Wire.
Sure. Could be a “glinty rock.” I see glinty rocks emitting powerful beams here on earth all the time. Right? You gotta wonder, is it some Martian Alien Hunters searching the skies for us? Cause we’re out there. At lease, Curiosity is.