I'm looking for information on the current coordinates of Mars Science Laboratory's Curiosity Rover.
I've only found the landing site coordinates
137.4417°E (Bradbury Landing).
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:
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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