c.d. dziwnych kulek.

Andrzej Kasperowicz andyk w spunge.org
Śro, 11 Lut 2004, 16:14:14 PST


""This is wild looking stuff," Squyres said. "The rock is being eroded 
away and these spherical grains are dropping out." The spheres may have 
formed when molten rock was sprayed into the air by a volcano or a meteor 
impact. Or, they may be concretions, or accumulated material, formed by 
minerals coming out of solution as water diffused through rock, he said."


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