READ MORE: According to The Times, in the history of space exploration, visual illusions are common, “whether seen by astronomers peering through telescopes on Earth or robotic explorers on other worlds capturing images with cameras.”
But in an interesting twist, The Times noted that one of the rover’s remote drivers on Earth pointed out that the rock looked a bit like a rabbit and one of the stones in front of it looked somewhat like a carrot — which is fitting since the rover’s name means “Jade Rabbit.”
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