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MSL Mission Coverage


MSL: "Science Chat"
Date: August 7, 2012
Duration: 51 min
In the hours before the Mars Science Laboratory's landing, John Grunsfeld, associate administrator for NASA's Science Mission Directorate, and JPL Center Director Charles Elachi held this informal "science chat."
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MSL: Aug. 5 pre-landing status
Date: August 5, 2012
Duration: 61 min 30 sec
This is the final pre-landing status briefing for the Mars Science Laboratory held at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory on August 5.
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MSL: Science preview
Date: August 2, 2012
Duration: 55 min
Learn about the scientific objectives and goals for the Curiosity rover that will explore Gale Crater in search of clues that the area was once habitable to life in this pre-landing science briefing.
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MSL: Landing preview
Date: August 2, 2012
Duration: 56 min 56 sec
Hear from the project managers, engineers and scientists who detail how the Mars Science Laboratory will land in Gale Crater of the Red Planet.
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MSL: Onboard camera shows rocket's nose cone jettison
Date: November 26, 2011
Duration: 26 sec
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A camera on the United Launch Alliance Atlas 5 rocket's first stage was pointed skyward, capturing the nose cone shrouding the MSL spacecraft separating three-and-a-half minutes into flight.
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MSL: Onboard camera shows staging
Date: November 26, 2011
Duration: 51 sec
A camera on the United Launch Alliance Atlas 5 rocket captures the staging event as the main engine shuts down and the Centaur upper stage separates to ignite its engine to continue toward orbit.
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MSL: Post-launch news briefing
Date: November 26, 2011
Duration: 31 min 22 sec
This is the post-launch news conference held at 12:30 p.m. EST from Kennedy Space Center after the Atlas 5 rocket departed Earth with the Mars-bound MSL spacecraft.
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MSL: Full launch experience
Date: November 26, 2011
Duration: 20 min 15 sec
This longer-length movie captures the final portion of the launch countdown and follows the Atlas 5 rocket's flight through arrival in the preliminary orbit carrying the Curiosity rover headed for Mars.
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MSL launch replays: Umbilicals
Date: November 26, 2011
Duration: 9 sec
A close-up camera at the launch pad shows the umbilicals retracting from the Atlas 5 rocket at liftoff. (Replay includes live natural audio!)
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MSL launch replays: Our view
Date: November 26, 2011
Duration: 1 min 17 sec
The Atlas 5 rocket's launch carrying Mars Science Lab is viewed from the Kennedy Space Center Press Site in this video. (Replay includes live natural audio!)
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MSL launch replays: Press Site
Date: November 26, 2011
Duration: 22 sec
This is the view from Kennedy Space Center's Press Site at Complex 39 as Atlas 5 rocket takes off. (Replay includes live launch audio!)
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MSL launch replays: Tracker west of pad
Date: November 26, 2011
Duration: 2 min 25 sec
The UCS 15 tracking camera positioned west of the Complex 41 launch pad captured this angle of the Atlas 5 launching NASA's New Horizons probe. (Replay includes live launch audio!)
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MSL launch replays: Integration Facility
Date: November 26, 2011
Duration: 41 sec
This view was captured from the Vertical Intergration Facility where the Atlas 5 rockets are assembled aboard a mobile launch platform and then rolled out to the pad at Complex 41. (Replay includes live launch audio!)
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MSL launch replays: VAB roof
Date: November 26, 2011
Duration: 1 min 3 sec
A high definition camera atop the Vehicle Assembly Building roof captures the launch of the Atlas 5 rocket carrying the Mars-bound rover. (Replay includes live launch audio).
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MSL launch replays: Pad south
Date: November 26, 2011
Duration: 33 sec
Mars Science Lab's departure from Earth is seen in this view from the south of Cape Canaveral's Complex 41 looking across the waterway. (Replay includes live launch audio).
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MSL launch replays: Patrick AFB
Date: November 26, 2011
Duration: 56 sec
A powerful tracking camera located at Patrick Air Force Base gives this view of the Atlas 5 rocket launching on the eastward trajectory from the Cape. (Replay includes live launch audio).
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MSL launch replays: Shuttle water tower
Date: November 26, 2011
Duration: 28 sec
Another space shuttle camera, this one mounted on the pad 39A water tower, shows ignition and liftoff of the Atlas 5 rocket with Curiosity. (Replay includes live launch audio).
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MSL launch replays: Shuttle pad camera
Date: November 26, 2011
Duration: 22 sec
A camera mounted on the old space shuttle launch pad looks south to the Atlas rocket's Complex 41 to watch MSL's blastoff. (Replay includes live launch audio).
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MSL launch replays: Beach tracker
Date: November 26, 2011
Duration: 2 min 24 sec
A tracking camera at positioned on a mound along beach southeast of the launch pad provides this angle of the Atlas 5 rocket' liftoff. (Replay includes live launch audio).
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MSL launch as seen live
Date: November 26, 2011
Duration: 5 min 41 sec
The Atlas 5 rocket launches the Mars Science Laboratory from Cape Canaveral's Complex 41 at 10:02 a.m. EST, sending Earth's Curiosity to explore the red planet!
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