Edited 8/21 - this is a work in progress - images are slowly coming to Earth. Keep checking back. Subscribe if you don't want to post but want updates, because I WILL post the video when it's complete. Don't you worry. And if you love Mars like some of us do, then here's my other thread with panoramas I made and cool imagery: http://forum.grasscity.com/science-...iosity-rover-landed-updated-daily-w-pics.html I downloaded 934 out of 1579 high resolution images from the NASA site and sequenced them and exported into an HD video format. Images were taken at 4 frames per second. Here, we see the heat shield come off, the rover falling, then the thrusters ignite. After that, it lands of course. Then you can see about 2 seconds of just the rocks and the dust settling. First video, let alone HD video from another planet! Watching in HD 1080 and full screen is a MUST. And this one has audio! I knew my audio skills would come in handy! [ame]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jILyoPoyakU[/ame] That's it! As imaged from the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter (MRO). Now watch this and pay attention to the CGI-telemetry program on the right. At about 4:06 into this video is when the video (in the OP) starts (at heat-shield separation). [ame]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nhUbu2GTIv8&feature=g-hist[/ame] And there are still over 600 more images missing from the sequence. It's supposed to be about 2 minutes long (about 8 minutes in real time because the images were snapped at 15 second intervals). And here's the latest GigaPan panorama from SOL 3 in high resolution color. There's a lot of interesting looking shit around. Just missing 1 image (the white block). NASA still hasn't released a panorama this complete yet. I wonder why us nobodies have to manually download each image and stitch them. Anyways... GigaPan: Mars SOL 3 from Curiosity. [ame]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=INF6C69RTnw[/ame] Please "like" - to show interest and that others should be interested too.