Watch The Mars Curiosity Rover Landing Live With Gizmodo Australia

Not long now until the highly-anticipated landing of the Curiosity Rover on Mars. Watch the full, live, uninterrupted stream right here on Gizmodo Australia.

The landing is set to take place at 3:31pm (AEST) today, but you can watch the live, uninterrupted feed of the event from 1:30pm (AEST) today thanks to the World Science Festival and NASA.

If you want a sweet fact sheet on the mission so you can sound clever to your co-workers all day, you can get one here (PDF).

Update: NASA's just finished a briefing on the live channel right now, but bookmark this page for 1:30pm AEST and we'll bring you live, uninterrupted commentary right through to the insanely technical landing.

While you wait for the landing, why not read this story about how NASA allegedly took the idea to save Apollo 13 from an unnamed MIT graduate, or even watch Bill Shatner explain what's going to happen.


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    please some of you log off... it's lagging up for me :-P

    AW YEH good going nasa!

    sounds like a purfect landing

    Well done Nasa.. touchdown.

    They did it! Can't believe they pulled it off. Amazing. GO TEAM HUMAN

    Nothing better than watching people hug each other. So what...!!! They've landed a rover on Mars before. Big friggen whoop. Ohh there is a sky crane this time....

    That was an intense couple of minutes, I was cheering in front of my computer. Well played NASA.

    congrats to NASA team. amazing achievement.

    Let the science begin!

    Well done.....geeks will inherit the earth...

    There should be more images on the next run of the satellites to pick up from the rover. Apparently in the procedure, there should be at least one image of the sky crane descent.

    The mission control theme song for the day was:

    I'm from NASA
    and this is crazy
    The spaceship's landed
    Can I hug you maybe.

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