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I'm looking for information on the current coordinates of Mars Science Laboratory's Curiosity Rover.

I've only found the landing site coordinates 4.5895°S 137.4417°E (Bradbury Landing).

Author:NASA/JPL-Caltech/Univ. of Arizona

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For the layman interested in coordinates, go here and then click on the map link for any given day:

Then you're in the "Google Mars" view, with the rover's path displayed. Of course, you could figure out something to get a list of coordinates in a standard map format. But if you're looking for something simple, I suggest just pointing your mouse at the object you want and reading the coordinates in the bottom right of that screen:

curiosity rover

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From Twitter:

SPICE kernels for my location are available here For less technical locations, see

NASA is very open. For example, you can get more than 50,000 raw images from the Curiosity mission at the MSL website, and it's updated as they come in.

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If you still want more data, use MSL Notebook. – Deer Hunter May 8 '13 at 3:47
MSL forum at UMSF - get news from the horse's mouth. – Deer Hunter May 8 '13 at 8:45

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