Curiosity Mars Landing with Wind Sound Effects - First Actual HD Video from MARDI Camera
These are actual frames taken by the Mars Curiosity rover as it was making its dramatic entry through the atmosphere and landing on mars. The images are paced at roughly 6 fps, and the overall video has been enhanced for sharpness, contrast and color. There was no recording of sound, and so the sound you hear is only an effect I added to give you a sense of actually being there during the descent. I have no idea why those scientists couldn't put a cheap microphone on curiosity, just for kicks.
Thanks to all the people at Nasa for their hard work, this is truly a leap in scientific exploration. All credit of this video goes to them, I only took the time to piece it together.
Raw Image Credit: NASA
nice use of cyan in this shot =)
mission accomplished. it's appealing.
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