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Curiosity Rover Films Own Descent
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Curiosity Rover Films Own Descent
Watch from a rovers-eye-view as the Mars Science Laboratory goes through the final 2 minutes of descent onto the Martian surface.

This footage was captured by the Curiosity Mars Descent Imager (MARDI). The instrument shoots at a rate of 4 fps, documenting from heatshield separation to landing. Video credit: NASA, JPL

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Posted by nova on August 7, 2012
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