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    Mars Science Laboratory (MSL) Entry, Descent and Landing Engineer Adam Steltzner reacts after the Curiosity rover successfully landed on Mars and as first images start coming in to the Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Sunday, Aug. 5, 2012 in Pasadena, Calif. The MSL Rover named Curiosity was designed to assess whether Mars ever had an environment able to support small life forms called microbes. Photo Credit: (NASA/Bill Ingalls)

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    1. Kevin Baird 21 months ago | reply

      Great job!! Way to stick the landing!

    2. lifetime7 21 months ago | reply

      what a man !!!

    3. Brenda Anderson 21 months ago | reply

      My kids and I watched the live stream... inspiring!

    4. charles_king 21 months ago | reply

      Excellent work and big congratulations to everyone on the team.

    5. GlenC 21 months ago | reply

      Huge Congratulations to the Blue Shirts!

    6. furryfamily 21 months ago | reply

      Science Works! Congrats and continued success!

    7. gTarded 21 months ago | reply

      SLAM DUNK BABY! Congratulations!

    8. toureasy47201 21 months ago | reply

      Watched it live and it was AWESOME! A perfect capture of the moment.

    9. Legomania. 21 months ago | reply

      Great job!!!!

    10. waltarrrrr 21 months ago | reply

      Awesomeness!

    11. ...Damian... 21 months ago | reply

      Brilliant work, all of you :)

    12. jpshannon44 21 months ago | reply

      Great pictures Bill, I enjoyed watching you guys on NASA TV last night. Are these jpegs right out of the D3S or did you process them before uploading. If so I'd love to know what your typical processing flow is.

    13. PhotoSenseDatum 21 months ago | reply

      Adam, and all of you...great job!!!!!

    14. iwanttomovesoon 21 months ago | reply

      Mad respect......, good job EDL team!

    15. ConstanTraveler 21 months ago | reply

      Great job, Amazing shot! Thank You!

    16. StBalbach 21 months ago | reply

      We would like to use this image on Wikipedia, but would need a waiver from the noncommercial restriction ie. need a CC-BY-30 license. If this is possible please contact me at en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Talk:Adam_Steltzner

      Also I believe as a work of NASA and the Federal Government isn't it in the Public Domain, or is there a special restriction on these images? Thanks for clarification.

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