Curiosity sets out on summer road trip

07/9/2013 | Space.com

Curiosity has begun a five-mile journey to the base of Mount Sharp, a trip that NASA hopes will reveal the history of Mars. The journey will take at least a year, with the rover stopping for scientific inspection and traveling at a leisurely .09 miles per hour.

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