It cost around $2.5 billion to send Curiosity to Mars. That’s kind of a bargain if you consider that a line of dollars, laid end-to-end from Earth to Mars, would add up to $1.6 trillion. 
Learn about this and other fun calculations done with the dollar on our blog. 

It cost around $2.5 billion to send Curiosity to Mars. That’s kind of a bargain if you consider that a line of dollars, laid end-to-end from Earth to Mars, would add up to $1.6 trillion. 

Learn about this and other fun calculations done with the dollar on our blog

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    Fuck. This means that Curiosity gets better gas mileage than us.
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