Curiosity rover to stop and study Mars landscape

09/10/2013 | Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

The Mars Curiosity rover will soon have a respite from its long trip to its next major destination, according to NASA. The rover is nearing the first of five waypoints in its journey to the base of Mount Sharp and will stop to do a detailed study of the area.

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