By James A. Lyons
Independent voices from the TWT Communities
The first rock nuzzled by NASA's Mars Curiosity rover is turning out to be a bit more unusual than scientists thought it would be.
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Scientist Edward Stolper (STOHL'-pur) said the rock is more like rare volcanic rocks seen on Earth in places like Hawaii.
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