We know we covered this yesterday, but this slight rejiggering is too good not to post. While we'll never get to see actual video views of the Curiosity Rover's "Seven Minutes of Terror" descent to Mars, the guys over at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory re-cut and re-timed the CG animation of the planned landing and interspersed it with footage of what was actually going on inside the Mission Control room at the time:
Again, our hats are off to the men and women at NASA. Truly freaking amazing.
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