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Mars lander Phoenix


The Phoenix mission to Mars
Date: January 1, 2009
Duration: 2 min 31 sec
This video provides a recap of the Mars lander Phoenix and the spacecraft's mission to the frozen northern plains of the Red Planet to dig up samples of the soil and water ice.
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Phoenix: Science update briefing
Date: September 29, 2008
Duration: 67 min 53 sec
The health and status of the Phoenix lander exploring the northern plains of Mars, plus the latest science results from the onboard instruments are discussed during this news briefing held September 29.
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Phoenix: Science update briefing
Date: July 31, 2008
Duration: 59 min 17 sec
Scientists update the progress of the Phoenix lander exploring the northern plains of Mars during this news briefing held July 31. And a full color panorama of the landing site is revealed during the conference.
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Phoenix Mars Lander Briefing
Date: June 13, 2008
Duration: 47 min 54 sec
Project scientists brief the news media, June 13, on the progress of the Phoenix Mars lander as it scoops the first samples of Martian soil into its instruments for evaluation.
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Phoenix: Sol 5 mission status briefing
Date: May 30, 2008
Duration: 26 min 47 sec
This is the 2 p.m. EDT status briefing for the Phoenix lander held on May 30, or Sol 5 of the mission. Mission scientists and officials discuss the possible sighting of ice and a problem with one of the lander's instruments.
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Phoenix: Sol 4 mission status briefing
Date: May 29, 2008
Duration: 28 min 6 sec
This is the 2 p.m. EDT status briefing for the Phoenix lander held on May 29, or Sol 4 of the mission. Officials discuss the successful unstowing of the lander's robot arm and reveal new images from Phoenix.
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Phoenix: Sol 3 mission status briefing
Date: May 28, 2008
Duration: 24 min 4 sec
This is the 2 p.m. EDT status briefing for the Phoenix lander held on May 28, or Sol 3 of the mission. Officials discuss the communications glitch that occurred the day before, preview the robot arm deployment and reveal new images from the lander.
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Phoenix: Sol 2 mission status briefing
Date: May 27, 2008
Duration: 47 min 31 sec
This is the 2 p.m. EDT status briefing for the Phoenix lander held on May 27, or Sol 2 of the mission. Officials reveal stunning new images of the spacecraft taken from orbit and more pictures returned from the lander itself.
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How the Mars Reconnaissance orbiter snapped a picture of Phoenix landing
Date: May 26, 2008
Duration: 42 sec
Phoenix project manager Barry Goldstein explains how the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter snapped a picture of the Phoenix descending on its parachute. This is an excerpt from the May 26 news briefing.
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Phoenix: Mission Status Briefing
Date: May 26, 2008
Duration: 49 min 24 sec
Barry Goldstein, Phoenix project manager, and Peter Smith, the Phoenix principal investigator, update reporters at 2 p.m. EDT May 26, the day after the probe's successful landing. An image of the probe on its parachute is unvieled.
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Phoenix: Post-landing briefing
Date: May 26, 2008
Duration: 54 min 40 sec
At midnight EDT on May 26, the post-landing news briefing was held at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory to recap the Phoenix spacecraft's successful arrival at Mars and show some of the first images from the lander.
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Doug McCuistion of NASA Headquarters is interviewed after landing
Date: May 25, 2008
Duration: 3 min 48 sec
Doug McCuistion, director of NASA's Mars exploration program, is interviewed minutes after Phoenix made a successfully landing on Mars.
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Phoenix has landed!
Date: May 25, 2008
Duration: 18 min
NASA's Phoenix lander successfully touches down on the arctic plains of the red planet, beginning a three-month mission to examine the ice-rich region that could be a habitable zone for life. This is the entry, descent and landing as seen live from Mission Control.
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Phoenix scientist Peter Smith speaks after landing
Date: May 25, 2008
Duration: 2 min 19 sec
Peter Smith, the Phoenix principal investigator, speaks after the probe successfully lands close to the Martian north pole
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Project manager interviewed after landing
Date: May 25, 2008
Duration: 3 min 12 sec
Barry Goldstein, Phoenix project manager from the Jet Propulsion Laboratory
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Phoenix: Final pre-landing briefing
Date: May 25, 2008
Duration: 40 min 41 sec
The Phoenix principal investigator and the mission project manager offer a final pre-landing update from the Jet Propulsion Laboratory at 3 p.m. EDT on May 25, less than five hours before the planned touchdown.
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Phoenix: Landing Minus-1 Day
Date: May 24, 2008
Duration: 63 min 46 sec
On the eve of the Phoenix lander's arrival at Mars, this briefing was held at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory on May 24 at 3 p.m. EDT to discuss a possible final course-correction maneuver and preview the landing.
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Phoenix: Entry, Descent and Landing
Date: May 24, 2008
Duration: 4 min 18 sec
Members of the spacecraft team explain the Entry, Descent and Landing sequence that must succeed for NASA's Phoenix lander to reach the frozen northern plains of Mars.
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Phoenix: Landing Minus-3 Days
Date: May 22, 2008
Duration: 55 min 29 sec
With just three days to go until landing of the Phoenix spacecraft on Mars, this status briefing was held at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory to update the latest information and look ahead to the touchdown.
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Phoenix: Pre-landing preview briefing
Date: May 13, 2008
Duration: 64 min 51 sec
Less than two weeks before the Phoenix spacecraft arrives at Mars, this news briefing was held at NASA Headquarters to preview the landing and the planned science objectives on the Red Planet's surface.
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