Taken by the Curiosity rover, this image reveals a rock outcrop named Hottah. The outcrop is a section of exposed bedrock composed of smaller rounded rocks cemented together, also known as a conglomerate. The size and shape of the small rocks found around and embedded in the bedrock suggest they were carried by an ancient stream. Past meteorite impacts most likely disrupted the bedrock and caused its tilted angle. The outcrop was named after Hottah Lake in Canada. This image is an anaglyph. Viewing of 3-D anaglyphs requires red-blue 3-D glasses.