Curiosity's year-long road trip underway

07/16/2013 | Space.com

The Mars rover has begun what will be a year-long journey to the base of Mount Sharp, a peak rising in middle of a crater, and has so far covered less than 500 feet. The rover won't be in a hurry; it's top speed is only 0.09 miles per hour, and scientists eventually will send it up Mount Sharp to explore.

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