NASA's Curiosity rover will soon begin a five-mile trek to the base of Mars' Mount Sharp. The $2.5 billion rover has already found evidence of water flow in the Gale Crater and drilled rocks that revealed evidence of stream-deposited clay. "We are on our way to Mount Sharp, but we are on a mission of exploration. If we find something of interest, we will explore it along the way," said Project Manager Jim Erickson of NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory.
Mars rover continues exploration with journey to Mount Sharp
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