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August 30 2013
Using autonomous navigation, car-size robot chose safest path across a small dip unseen from Earth.
For the first time since it landed a year ago, the Mars rover Curiosity has made up its own mind where it wanted to go, NASA says.
Using autonomous navigation, the car-size, six-wheel laboratory negotiated a small dip Tuesday by analyzing photographs and determining the safest way to get from points A to B on its way to Mount Sharp, Curiosity's handlers said. The maneuver over previously hidden terrain covered about 33 feet of the day's 141-foot excursion.
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