Curiosity makes first Mars trip

The NASA rover Curiosity made its first test

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The NASA rover Curiosity made its first test drive Wednesday on ancient soil of Mars. The rover moved forward about 15 feet, rotated to a right angle and reversed a short distance. The drive was successful. AP video (Aug. 22)

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