Aug. 6 marks the one-year anniversary of NASA’s Mars Curiosity Rover landing on the Red Planet.
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During its first year on Mars, Curiosity has captured more than 71,000 images, fired 75,000 laser shots to investigate rocks and soil and drilled into two rocks for analysis by the two of state-of-the-art mini labs housed inside of it.
Now, Curiosity is now speeding toward Mount Sharp, a massive 3.4 mile mountain that stands about 5 miles from Curiosity’s landing site. Here’s a video tour of everything that Curiosity has seen in the past year.