Date of discovery: June 7, 2020
Location of discovery: Mars
Source photo: https://mars.nasa.gov/msl-raw-images/msss/00955/mcam/0955MR0042260060502214E01_DXXX.jpg

I fond an ancient container on Mars that looks like it once held wine or oil. I can see a spout at its top. The object has a hand made appearance and is wide on its bottom and has thick neck for pouring out the liquid. It looks to be made of a clay-like material, which would make it ceramic or pottery an has a neolithic appearance to it. Here on earth, ancient pottery faces and fragments are found all the time and are important in teaching us many things about the culture of the people. Same goes with Mars, but we really need the rover to take a closer look at this one so we can see the detail and design better. 
Scott C. Waring 





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