Mars rock layers may contain water clues

The Mars rover Opportunity has sent back photographs of bedrock that show a "wonderful layer-cake structure," according to Dr. Steven W. Squyres, chief scientist for the mission. Further tests by Opportunity may reveal whether the layers are sediments from water action or were formed after volcanoes erupted.

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