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Nasa's Mars rover Curiosity has stopped en-route to its first official destination to examine an unusual pyramid-shaped rock.
The rover is around half way on its journey to an area known as Glenelg, where researchers expect to find a combination of three different types of geological terrain. Mars science Laboratory project scientist John Grotzinger said it has covered a total distance of 950 feet since landing on the red planet six weeks ago, and 100 ft of this distance was covered just last night.
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