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WASHINGTON — NASA’s Curiosity rover, stationed on Mars, has reached its one-year anniversary on the Red Planet.

nasa curiosity roverThe rover is moving from its original landing site to another location to continue its collection of rock and dirt samples, which results will be sent back to NASA.

The mission garnered worldwide attention and is a resounding success so far.


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