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Curiosity Rover has spent 3000 Martian days on the Red Planet – SlashGear

NASA is celebrating a milestone for the Curiosity Rover that’s been on the surface of the Red Planet since August 6, 2012. Curiosity has now spent 3000 Martian…

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NASA is celebrating a milestone for the Curiosity Rover that’s been on the surface of the Red Planet since August 6, 2012. Curiosity has now spent 3000 Martian days, or sols, exploring Mars. Curiosity has been rolling up Mount Sharp, which is a three-mile-tall mountain it has been exploring since 2014.
Scientists on the mission program discovered something interesting in recent photos sent back to Earth from the rover in the form of bench-like rock formations. The image seen above is part of a panorama…

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