[Image: Bradbury Landing, via the Planetary Society; courtesy of NASA and the nation’s taxpayers].
“Bradbury Landing is the first named site on Mars not marked by an object, but by ephemeral burn scars from [Curiosity‘s] landing thrusters. Project scientist John Grotzinger describes the site as ‘four scour marks with wheel tracks that basically begin from nowhere.'”
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And, eventually, there will be nothing there to mark it when the winds blow dust back over the marks.