NASA TV CAPTURE OF CURIOSITY ROVER LANDING

This is a screen capture of the 6 minutes before and after the NASA MSL Curiosity rover landed on Mars. The entire mission control room bursts into cheers around time 5:30 upon confirmation of landing and the first images from Mars arrive around time 7:30. Alongside the NASA TV stream, I’m running the Eyes on the Solar System computer simulation (http://eyes.jpl.nasa.gov/) which was using live telemetry data from the spacecraft to show what was happening in near real-time. All of this was captured on my laptop in Australia using the ScreenFlow app, streaming the event over the 3G connection from my iPhone. See more updates and images from NASA’s MSL homepage: http://www.nasa.gov/mission_pages/msl/index.html In 1970, a NASA scientist wrote to a nun working with starving kids in Africa and defended costly space exploration. If you think spending money on space is a waste, read this: http://bit.ly/Rsiu9B If you see a derogatory comment below, please vote it down so that it gets removed.

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