Curiosity Lays Its First Tracks on Mars

After three weeks of preparations, the car-sized Mars Curiosity rover started making tracks on the Red Planet on Wednesday. In a press conference, NASA revealed a 360° panorama taken by the roving craft, which moved about 15 feet in its first foray on the planet’s surface, then rotated 120°

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