Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Dark_Convoy, May 25, 2008.
Awesome, hopefully some people can move there someday.
Very exciting day. I've been a Astronomy fan just as much as Tf fan. Gonna watch it live on NASA TV.
You can also follow it online.
GO MPL GO!!!
The are doing a live special on the science channel as well.
So it lands at about 4:50 p.m. mountain time right? I don't want to miss this!
Awesome. Wonder if there'll be any Martians hiding behind the rocks.
Set to record on the DVR. I can't wait.
linky no worky
It landed at a 1/4 degree tilt! Flat as a pancake!
Solar Cell Deployment has occurred not confirmed yet.
Earliest pictures 1hr 20mins from now if everything goes as planed.
WHOO! Score one for Earth! Now hopefully it'll get something that isn't just Martian rocks.
They are hoping for Martian ice.
Images should be mins away!
Here we GO!!!
I wanted to post that... damn kids hogging the computer.
ZOMG such beauty !!!!!!
Good to see that she came in flat and has both solar panels open. Lets hope that we get the whole season in before it gets frozen come winter.
Check it out! The Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter snapped a picture of Phoenix as it was parachuting to the surface!
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