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Concepcion crater. False-colour image of the surface of Mars, showing the rock 'Chocolate Hills' perched on the rim of the 10-metre-wide Concepcion crater. This rock has a thick dark-colored coating that coating could be remnants of a layer that was changed by the action of water and weather or melted when a meteor impacted Mars, ejecting this rock and others and creating the Concepcion crater. Imaged by the panoramic camera (Pancam) onboard the Mars Exploration Rover Opportunity, on 3rd February 2010.
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