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(Top row): Lake Thetis stromatolites with collapsed domed (Photo credit: Courtesy Government of Western Australia Department of Mines and Petroleum). (Bottom row) Left: Sol 529. Right: Sol 308. Photographed in Gale Crater: Martian specimens with evidence of concentric lamination and fossilized fenestrae. (From Joseph et al. 2020a, reproduced with permission).

(Top row): Lake Thetis stromatolites with collapsed domed (Photo credit: Courtesy Government of Western Australia Department of Mines and Petroleum). (Bottom row) Left: Sol 529. Right: Sol 308. Photographed in Gale Crater: Martian specimens with evidence of concentric lamination and fossilized fenestrae. (From Joseph et al. 2020a, reproduced with permission).

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