No Evidence of Coffee Break on Mars – New York Times

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Zennie Abraham / Zennie62
New York Times
The patch of ground on Mars on Dec. 26, left, and the same spot on Jan. 8, with the rock that some have compared to a doughnut. NASA, via Associated Press. Scientists did not find a Dunkin’ Donuts on Mars, but they did figure out where a rock that looks like
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