Video of heat shield hitting Mars

The Angry Red Planet just gut a little angrier:


This sequence of images shows the heat shield from NASA's Mars Science Laboratory hitting the ground on Mars and raising a cloud of dust.

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This has to be the worst insult to the Martian atmosphere since Zarkov turned off the catalytic converters on Flash Gordon's rocket ship.

Greg,

No video, nada...just a big white space about 25 lines long.