NASA's 'Curiosity' Rover Celebrates a Year on Mars - Presented by: The Aol. On Network

It's been a year since the Curiosity rover first touched down on Mars. In that time, the rover has used its robotic arm to dig and drill at the red planet --- and determine that yes, it was capable of harboring single cell microbal life. While it's encouraging news, astronauts aboard the International Space Station say a manned mission to Mars is still a distant dream.



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