The Curiosity Rover is driving in reverse to protect its dented wheels

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Curiosity’s aluminum wheels have taken a beating since starting its Martian mission back in August 2012. Now, in an effort to preserve them, NASA instructed the rover to drive nearly 330 feet (100 meters) in reverse — it’s longest advance in three months. Read more…        

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The Curiosity Rover is driving in reverse to protect its dented wheels

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