If you have some wanderlust in your blood, living vicariously through the Mars Curiosity rover could either calm you down or make you jealous. Either way, knowledge is power, and The New York Times’ Jonathan Corum and Jeremy White conspired to give you the most knowledge possible about Curiosity’s journeys. In honor of the first anniversary of the rover’s landing, they created an interactive graphic that shows what the rover has done each day of its stay on the Red Planet (a few days are missing, but even an interplanetary mission needs downtime). They still update it!
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